This is a clip with a few scenes from the film The Graduate. This movie is one of the most influential films in American film history. It was the first feature film to have a soundtrack provided by a popular rock group which is Simon and Garfunkel. In the past, most films' soundtracks were provided by instrumental ensembles. In addition, the film is the first to feature an editing concept known as "split editing" in which the sounds from a following scene begins before the cut to the next scene occurs. The Graduate is a film which has revolutionary (for its time) film techniques which are relatively easy to analyze in terms of its narrative juxtapositions, thus making it an excellent film to show students for a "film studies" film. In the clip that I chose, Benjamin (Dustin Hoffman) is confronted by Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft) before a date with her daughter Elaine (Katherine Ross), who tells Benjamin that if he does not leave Elaine, she will confess to her about their previous affair between Benjamin and Elaine.