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2011.11.08 12:38 내가본 스크린

The Graduate - Mrs. Robinson seduction scene



영화 졸업의 서두에 "미세스 라빈슨"이 어린 벤자민을 "유혹하는 장면"이 있다.
모든 사물이 다 그렇겠지만 같은 영화도 보는 시점에 따라  감동이 다르다.
소리가 어떻게 나고, 그 소리가 어떻게 전달되는지 집중해 보자.

자막과 함께 영화 감상하기
          
Oh. I guess this isn't the bathroom, is it? 
It's down the hall.                   
How are you, Benjamin?               
Fine, thank you, Mrs Robinson.
The bathroom is down at the end of the hall.                 
Such a pleasant room.                
Look, Mrs. Robinson, I don't mean to be rude but, I am -
Is there an ashtray, thank you?
No.
Oh - I forgot. The track star doesn't smoke.
Is it a girl?
Is what a girl?
Whatever it is upsetting you.
Oh - no. I'm just sort of disturbed
about things. In general.
That's right.
Well, congratulations!
Thank you!
Oh, Benjamin, I want to ask you something.
What?
Will you take me home?
What?
My husband took the car.
Will you drive me home?
Here, you take it.
Do you know how to work a foreign shift?
You don't?
No.
Let's go.   

Thank you.
Right.              
Will you come in, please?
What?           
I like you to come in till
I get the lights on.           
What for?          
Because I don't feel safe until I get the lights on.
Would you mind walking ahead of me to the sun porch. I feel funny about coming into a dark house.
But it's light in there.
Please.

What do you drink? Bourbon?
Look, uh, Mrs. Robinson, I drove you home. I was glad to do it. But I have some things on my mind. Can you understand that?
Yes.
All right.
What do you drink? Benjamin. I'm sorry to be this way, but I don't want to be left alone in this house.
Why not?
Please wait till my husband gets home.
When is he coming back?
I don't know. Drink?
No. Are you always this much afraid of being alone?
Yes.
Well, why can't you just lock the doors and go to bed?
I'm very neurotic.

May I ask you a question? What do you think of me?
What do you mean?
You've known me nearly all your life. You must have formed some opinion of me.
Well, I always thought that you were a very...nice...person.
Did you know I was an alcoholic?
What?
Did you know that?
Look, I think I should be going.
Sit down, Benjamin.
Mrs. Robinson, if you don't mind my saying so, this conversation is getting a little strange. Now, I'm sure that Mr. Robinson will be here any minute now and -
No.
What?
My husband will be back quite late. He should be gone for several hours.
Oh my god.
Pardon?
Oh no, Mrs. Robinson, oh no.
Robinson: What's wrong?
Mrs. Robinson, you didn't - I mean, you didn't expect -
What?
I mean, you didn't really think that I would do something like that.
Like what?
What do you think?
Well, I don't know.
For God's sake, Mrs. Robinson, here we are, you've got me into your house. You give me a drink. You put on music, now you start opening up your personal life to me and tell me your husband won't be home for hours.
So?
Mrs. Robinson - you are trying to seduce me ....................... Aren't you?
Well, no. I hadn't thought of it. I feel very flattered.
Mrs. Robinson. Will you forgive me for what I just said?           
It's all right.            
It's not all right, it's the worst
thing I've ever said to anyone.         
Sit down.       
Please forgive me. Because I like you.   
I don't think of you that way. But I'm mixed up.
It's all right. Now finish your drink.   
Mrs. Robinson, it makes me sick that I said that to you.
Forget it right now. Finish your drink.
What is wrong with me?
Have you ever seen Elaine's portrait?  
Her portrait?
Yes.      
No.
We had it done last Christmas.
Would you like to see it?
Very much.
Here is Elaine's room.          
Elaine certainly is an attractive girl, isn't she?
I don't remember her as having brown eyes.               
Benjamin?
Yes?     
Will you come here a minute?
Over there?sure

Will you unzip my dress? I think I'll go to bed.
Oh well, goodnight.
Won't you unzip my dress?
I'd rather not, Mrs. Robinson.
If you still think I'm trying to seduce you...?
No, I don't, but I just feel a little funny.
Benjamin. You've known me all your life.
I know that but I'm...
Come on. It's hard for me to reach. Thank you.
Right.
What are you so scared of?
I'm not scared, Mrs. Robinson.
Then why do you keep running away?
Because you're going to bed. I don't think I should be up here.
Haven't you ever seen anybody in a slip before?
Yes, I have, but I just...Look, what if Mr. Robinson walked in right now?
What if he did?
Well, it would look pretty funny, wouldn't it?
Don't you think he trusts us together?
Of course he does, but he might get the wrong idea. Anyone might.
I don't see why? I'm twice as old as you are. How could anyone think that...
But they would! Don't you see?
Benjamin. I am not trying to seduce you!
I know that, but please, Mrs. Robinson. This is difficult..
Would you like me to seduce you?
What?
Is that what you're trying to tell me?
I'm going home now. I apologize for what I said. I hope you can forget it. But I'm going home right now.

Benjamin?
Yes.    
Will you bring up my purse before you go?
I have to go now. I'm sorry.  
I really don't want to put this on again.
Won't you bring it up?
Where is it?
On the table in the hall.

Mrs. Robinson?
I'm in the bathroom.    
Well here's the purse.
Could you bring it up?
Well I'll hand it to you. Come to the railing and I'll hand it up.   
Benjamin - I am getting pretty tired of all this suspicion.
Now if you won't do me a simple favor,
I don't know what.
I'm putting it on the top step.
For God's sake, Benjamin, will you stop acting that way and bring me the purse?
I'm putting it here by the door.
Will you bring it in to me?
I'd rather not.
All right. Put it in Elaine's room where we were.
Right.

Oh, God!

Let me out!

Don't be nervous.
Get away from that door.
I want to say something first.
Dear God.
Benjamin. I want you to know that I'm available to you, and if you won't sleep with me this time...
Oh, my God.
...if you won't sleep with me this time I want you to know that you can call me up anytime you want and we'll make some kind of an arrangement. Do you understand what I...?
Let me out.
Benjamin. Did you understand what I said?
Yes, yes, let me out.
Because I find you very attractive. Now, anytime you want, you just...
Oh Jesus, that's him.




The Graduate is a 1967 American comedy-drama motion picture directed by Mike Nichols.[1] It is based on the 1963 novel The Graduate by Charles Webb, who wrote it shortly after graduating from Williams College. The screenplay was by Buck Henry, who makes a cameo appearance as a hotel clerk, and Calder Willingham. The film tells the story of Benjamin Braddock (played by Dustin Hoffman), a recent university graduate with no well-defined aim in life, who is seduced by an older woman, Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft), and then proceeds to fall in love with her daughter Elaine (Katharine Ross).

In 1996, The Graduate was selected for preservation in the U.S. National Film Registry as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". Initially, the film was placed at #7 on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies list in 1998. However, when AFI revised the list in 2007, the film was moved to #17.

Adjusted for inflation, the film is #19 on the list of highest-grossing films in the United States and Canada.

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