The Graduate at 40

The film that spoke to a gen­er­a­tion of alien­at­ed youth dur­ing the 1960s is now 40 years old (and actu­al­ly look­ing much tamer than it first did). To mark the occa­sion, a 40th anniver­sary col­lec­tor’s edi­tion DVD has been released, filled with a good amount of extra mate­ri­als. Also, Fresh Air broad­cast­ed a show last week (iTunesFeedWeb Site) that brought togeth­er inter­views with var­i­ous mem­bers of the film’s cast and crew. As Lar­ry David would say, it’s pret­ty, pret­ty, pret­ty good. And, by the way, have a look back at our ear­li­er post: Meet Lar­ry David (in Video)

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