One Flew Over the Cuckoo\’s Nest (film) (реферат)

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (film)

Directed by HYPERLINK
«» \o «Milo? Forman»
Milo? Forman

Produced by HYPERLINK «»
\o «Michael Douglas» Michael Douglas

Written by HYPERLINK «» \o «Ken
Kesey» Ken Kesey

Starring HYPERLINK «» \o
«Jack Nicholson» Jack Nicholson

HYPERLINK «» \o «Louise
Fletcher» Louise Fletcher

HYPERLINK «» \o «Brad Dourif»
Brad Dourif

action=edit» \o «William Redfield (actor)» William Redfield

HYPERLINK «» \o «Will
Sampson» Will Sampson

HYPERLINK «» \o «Scatman
Crothers» Scatman Crothers

Music by HYPERLINK «» \o
«Jack Nitzsche» Jack Nitzsche

Cinematography HYPERLINK «»
\o «Haskell Wexler» Haskell Wexler

Editing by HYPERLINK
«» \o
«Sheldon Kahn» Sheldon Kahn

\o «Lynzee Klingman» Lynzee Klingman

Distributed by HYPERLINK «»
\o «United Artists» United Artists

Release date HYPERLINK «» \o
«November 19» 19 November HYPERLINK
«» \o «1975» 1975

Running time 133 min.

Language English

Budget $4.4 million

«» IMDb profile

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is a HYPERLINK
«» \o «1975» 1975 film HYPERLINK
«» \o «Film director»
directed by HYPERLINK
«» \o «Milo? Forman»
Milo? Forman . The film is an adaptation of the novel HYPERLINK
%29» \o «One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (novel)» One Flew Over the
Cuckoo’s Nest by HYPERLINK «»
\o «Ken Kesey» Ken Kesey . The movie was the first to win all five
major HYPERLINK «» \o
«Academy Awards» Academy Awards since HYPERLINK
«» \o «It Happened One
Night» It Happened One Night in HYPERLINK
«» \o «1934» 1934 . This
accomplishment was not repeated until HYPERLINK
«» \o «1991» 1991 , with HYPERLINK
«» \o «The Silence
of the Lambs» The Silence of the Lambs .


HYPERLINK «» \l «Plot» 1 Plot

HYPERLINK «» \l «Reception» 2 Reception

HYPERLINK «» \l «Cast» 3 Cast

HYPERLINK «» \l «Trivia» 4 Trivia

HYPERLINK «» \l «External_links» 5
External links


«Wikipedia:Spoiler warning» Spoiler warning : Plot and/or ending
details follow.

«Randle Patrick McMurphy» Randle Patrick McMurphy , a serial petty
criminal who has been sentenced to a fairly short prison term, decides
to have himself declared HYPERLINK
«» \o «Insane» insane so he’ll be
transferred to a HYPERLINK
«» \o «Mental
institution» mental institution , where he expects to serve the rest of
his time in (comparative) comfort and luxury.

McMurphy’s ward in the mental institution is run by an unyielding
tyrant, HYPERLINK «» \o
«Nurse Ratched» Nurse Ratched , who has cowed the patients—who are
mostly there by choice—into dejected institutionalised submission.

McMurphy becomes ensnared in a number of power-games with Nurse Ratched
for the hearts and minds of the inmates. All the time, however, the
question is in the mind as to just how sane any of the players in this
actually are. Eventually McMurphy is HYPERLINK
«» \o «Lobotomy» lobotomized
after he explodes into a violent rage when one of Nurse Ratched’s
psychological power games results in the death of a patient.

During the night he is smothered by his friend, the Chief, who can’t
bear to see McMurphy so brainless and dull, seeing the murder as an act
of mercy and that he’s setting his friend free. The Chief, managing an
act McMurphy earlier failed to do, lifts up a heavy marble HYPERLINK
«» \o «Hydrotherapy»
hydrotherapy fountain and, hurling it through one of the barred
windows, escapes.


The film was widely acclaimed and won HYPERLINK
«» \o «Academy Awards»
Academy Awards for HYPERLINK
«» \o «Academy
Award for Best Actor» Best Actor for HYPERLINK
«» \o «Jack Nicholson» Jack
Nicholson (who played McMurphy), HYPERLINK
«» \o
«Academy Award for Best Actress» Best Actress for HYPERLINK
«» \o «Louise Fletcher»
Louise Fletcher (who played HYPERLINK
«» \o «Nurse Ratched» Nurse
Ratched ), HYPERLINK
«» \o «Academy
Award for Directing» Best Direction for HYPERLINK
«» \o «Milo? Forman»
Milo? Forman , as well as HYPERLINK
«» \o
«Academy Award for Best Picture» Best Picture and HYPERLINK
ay» \o «Academy Award for Writing Adapted Screenplay» Best Adapted
Screenplay . It ranked number 20 on the HYPERLINK
«» \o «American Film
Institute» American Film Institute ‘s list of HYPERLINK
«…_100_Movies» \o «AFI’s
100 Years… 100 Movies» 100 greatest American films , HYPERLINK
«» \o «Nurse Ratched» Nurse
Ratched was ranked number 5 on the Institute’s HYPERLINK
ns» \o «AFI’s 100 Years… 100 Heroes & Villains» list of 50 Greatest
Villains , and the film consistently ranks in the top 12 on the
«Internet Movie Database» Internet Movie Database .

Kesey himself did not hide his dislike of the film, particularly the
casting of Nicholson as McMurphy. The characters were based on actual
people from the hospital, however in real life the Native American did
talk. (Although another source says that Kesey, under the influence of
drugs, saw a hallucination of a Native American sweeping the floor.)
Kesey also loathed the fact the film was not told through the eyes of
Chief Bromden, as the book was, for he saw this as fundamental to the
story. For these reasons Kesey claimed to have never seen the film.

The film has been deemed «culturally significant» by the HYPERLINK
«» \o «Library of
Congress» Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the
United States HYPERLINK
«» \o «National Film
Registry» National Film Registry .


Actor Role

HYPERLINK «» \o «Jack
Nicholson» Jack Nicholson Randle Patrick McMurphy

HYPERLINK «» \o «Louise
Fletcher» Louise Fletcher Nurse Mildred Ratched

William Redfield Dale Harding

\o «Dean R. Brooks» Dean R. Brooks Dr. John Spivey

HYPERLINK «» \o «Scatman
Crothers» Scatman Crothers Orderly Turkle

HYPERLINK «» \o «Danny
DeVito» Danny DeVito Martini

«» \o
«William Duell» William Duell Jim Sefelt

HYPERLINK «» \o «Brad Dourif»
Brad Dourif Billy Bibbit

«Christopher Lloyd» Christopher Lloyd Taber

HYPERLINK «» \o «Will
Sampson» Will Sampson Chief Bromden

«Vincent Schiavelli» Vincent Schiavelli Frederickson

HYPERLINK «» \o «Nathan
George» Nathan George Attendant Washington

«» \o
«Mwako Cumbuka» Mwako Cumbuka Attendant Warren

«» \o
«Josip Elic» Josip Elic Bancini

«» \o
«Lan Fendors» Lan Fendors Nurse Itsu

«» \o
«Ken Kenny» Ken Kenny Beans Garfield

«» \o
«Alonzo Brown» Alonzo Brown Miller

HYPERLINK «» \o «Michael
Berryman» Michael Berryman Ellis

HYPERLINK «» \o «Peter
Brocco» Peter Brocco Colonel Matterson

\o «Sydney Lassick» Sydney Lassick Charlie Cheswick


HYPERLINK «» \o «Louise
Fletcher» Louise Fletcher as HYPERLINK
«» \o «Nurse Ratched» Nurse

The role of domineering HYPERLINK
«» \o «Nurse Ratched» Nurse
Ratched was turned down by five actresses — HYPERLINK
«» \o «Anne Bancroft» Anne
Bancroft , HYPERLINK «»
\o «Colleen Dewhurst» Colleen Dewhurst , HYPERLINK
«» \o «Geraldine Page»
Geraldine Page , HYPERLINK
«» \o «Ellen Burstyn» Ellen
Burstyn , and HYPERLINK «»
\o «Angela Lansbury» Angela Lansbury — until HYPERLINK
«» \o «Louise Fletcher»
Louise Fletcher accepted casting (in her debut film) only a week before
filming began.

Actor HYPERLINK «» \o «James
Caan» James Caan was originally offered the lead role of McMurphy, and
HYPERLINK «» \o «Marlon
Brando» Marlon Brando and HYPERLINK
«» \o «Gene Hackman» Gene
Hackman were considered as well.

HYPERLINK «» \o «Louise
Fletcher» Louise Fletcher was nominated (and ultimately won) the
\o «Academy Award for Best Actress» Academy Award for Best Actress .
One of the other nominees was HYPERLINK
«» \o «Ann-Margret» Ann-Margret
, who was nominated for her role in HYPERLINK
«» \o «Tommy (movie)»
Tommy . Both of these films feature HYPERLINK
«» \o «Jack Nicholson» Jack
Nicholson .

It was ranked #17 at HYPERLINK
«…_100_Cheers» \o «AFI’s
100 Years… 100 Cheers» AFI’s 100 Years… 100 Cheers .

HYPERLINK «» \o «Kirk
Douglas» Kirk Douglas originated the role of McMurphy in a stage
production, and then bought the film rights, hoping to play McMurphy on
film. He passed the production rights to his son, HYPERLINK
«» \o «Michael Douglas»
Michael Douglas , who decided his father was too old for the role. Kirk
was in fact angry at his son for a time afterwards because of this.

One of only three films to sweep the 5 major Academy Awards: Best
Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director, and Best Screenplay
(the other two films being HYPERLINK
«» \o «It Happened One
Night» It Happened One Night and HYPERLINK
«» \o «The Silence
of the Lambs» The Silence of the Lambs .)

«» \o «Welcome
Home (Sanitarium)» Welcome Home (Sanitarium) by heavy metal band
HYPERLINK «» \o «Metallica»
Metallica was inspired by this movie.

HYPERLINK «» \o «Danny
Devito» Danny Devito first played Martini in the 1971 stage revival of
the show.

The movie was filmed at HYPERLINK
«» \o «Oregon State
Hospital» Oregon State Hospital in HYPERLINK
«» \o «Salem, Oregon»
Salem, Oregon .

External links

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EWS/501010348/1023» \o
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«» Analysis of Nurse
Ratched’s Communication

«» Discussion of
characters and themes in «One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest».

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