For as long as Sarah can remember, she has been the black sheep of her family,
never knowing where she fits in. While she loves her father and sister, she can't relate to
their contented lives of country clubs and tennis matches. And for her, going home is
like staring down the gauntlet of the dull, settled-down life she fears is yawning out
The only thing that makes the trip bearable is the company of her acerbic
grandmother Katharine (SHIRLEY MacLAINE), who lets it slip that Sarah is not the first
one in the family to get cold feet - that, in fact, thirty years ago, Sarah's late mother ran
off with a mysterious young man days before her wedding to Sarah's father.
Curiously, around the same time, there was a rumor about a young woman who
ran off with a young man who had been seduced by the woman's mother, creating a huge
scandal in Pasadena. The rumor became a book, and the book became a film. Now, in
the midst of her sister's wedding, Sarah finds herself frantically searching for a copy of
1967 film The Graduate, believing her family may have been the inspiration for the story, with Katharine as the older woman and Sarah's own mother as the young man's true
love. Which leaves one question: who is the young man?
Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Costner, Shirley MacLaine, Mark Ruffalo, Mena Suvari, Steve Sandvoss, Jenny Wade
Directed by Rob Reiner
English language with latvian and russian subtitles.
Warner Bros. Pictures International