PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
Sarah Huttinger is a woman who learns that her family was the inspiration for the book and film "The Graduate" -- and that she just might be the offspring of the well-documented event.
The Screenwriter Ted Griffin was the original Director, but was fired after just twelve days of shooting, which resulted in Rob Reiner taking over. Production had to be shut down for a few days as Reiner was allowed to make script, cast, and crew changes before filming eventually resumed. As a result of this, original cast members Charlie Hunnam, Lesley Ann Warren, Tony Bill, and Greta Scacchi were all let go from the project.
I said knock three times!
Jeff: Do you want me to go back out and do it again?
In January 1997, Jeff jokingly tells Sarah that his family is like the movie "Titanic", and goes on to talk about nude sketches of himself - a specific reference to Titanic (1997) as opposed to any other Titanic movie. The movie wasn't released until December 1997. However, the nude sketches scene was used in advertisements some time before the movie release, so it is barely plausible for Jeff to make this allusion.
"No real people are portrayed in this film. This is a fictional film, inspired by something that supposedly happened a long time ago."
$131,238 (Austria) (23 December 2005)
$43,000,262 (USA) (9 March 2006)