- Daniel Raim
- 94 min
“A Wonderful Paradox: An Educational Tearjerker“ – Vanity Fair
Young Dustin Hoffman framed by Anne Bancroft’s legs in The Graduate is arguably one of cinema’s most iconic images. Few know that the person responsible for it was a man named Harold Michelson, a gifted storyboard artist who helped improve some of the most famous films in movie history, including a few Hitchcock classics. His wife, Lillian, made a huge contribution of her own as a film researcher, providing vital information about almost everything, including the shape of women’s underwear for Fiddler on the Roof. This documentary is a tribute to their amazing work, and a real treat for all film buffs out there.
Nominated for The Golden Eye award at Cannes