One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - 1975
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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Updated: 18 Jul 2022
Directors:
Miloš Forman Ken Kesey Bo Goldman Lawrence Hauben Michael Douglas Saul Zaentz Jack Nitzsche Haskell Wexler Sheldon Kahn Lynzee Klingman Jane Feinberg Mike Fenton Pat Jackson Alan Gibbs Paul Sylbert Aggie Guerard Rodgers Fred B. Phillips Irby Smith Natalie Drache George Hill Dick Colean Wayne Fitzgerald Terry E. Lewis Philip Rogers Larry Jost Dale Wasserman Martin Fink Edwin O'Donovan Joel Douglas Irving Saraf Joel Chernoff Joe Acord Tom Bartholomew Rudy Reachi Richard Chew Arthur Coburn Bonnie Koehler Jay Miracle Ted Whitfield Tom F. Thomas Kyle T. MacDowell Robert C. Thomas
Actors:
Jack Nicholson Louise Fletcher Danny DeVito William Redfield Scatman Crothers Brad Dourif Christopher Lloyd Will Sampson Dean R. Brooks Michael Berryman Sydney Lassick William Duell Vincent Schiavelli Peter Brocco Alonzo Brown Mwako Cumbuka Josip Elic Ken Kenny Nathan George Ted Markland Louisa Moritz Mews Small Delos V. Smith Jr. Lan Fendors Mimi Sarkisian Mel Lambert Kay Lee Dwight Marfield Tin Welch Aurore Clément Anjelica Huston Audrey Landers Saul Zaentz Philip Roth
Genre:
Drama
Country: no data
Year: 1975
While serving time for insanity at a state mental hospital, implacable rabble-rouser, Randle Patrick McMurphy, inspires his fellow patients to rebel against the authoritarian rule of head nurse, Mildred Ratched.
Actor
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3 years ago
The films that I like aren’t necessarily because they’re good films in themselves — One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is a good film — but that one specifically meant a lot to me.
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Actress
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3 years ago
I think it’s a timeless movie. You watch it now and it hasn’t dated one inch. I think it’s incredibly… it’s just staggering, and it’s so moving. That’s a really brilliantly directed movie.
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over 2 years ago
Her favourite film is One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest 'I think mental hospitals are really fascinating'
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3 years ago
I was dismayed at how many twenty-year-olds have never seen Godfather, Cuckoo’s Nest, All the President’s Men—these films that are in the Bible to me. And they may not even get to see them. I’ve always believed every good film finds its eyes, inevitably. But there’s a shift in attention span.
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2 years ago
I’d say The Shining. One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest. I’m a huge Jack Nicholson fan. He’s obviously… Everything from Five Easy Pieces, another one that’s just phenomenal to me… Yeah, he’s a god to me.
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Entrepreneur
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2 years ago
What are your five favorite films? One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, The Godfather, Man on Wire, Rocky, The Hangover (my guilty pleasure).
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Actor
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3 years ago
And also right before One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest I was going to deal with life inside a sanitarium. And those things are very hard to make funny. Even though you can do it brilliantly like they did in Cuckoo’s Nest where you blend it all together.
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Actress, Writer, Producer
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12 months ago
The final scene is this great film is incredibly sad. To watch McMurphy stumble to his bed after getting zapped is really hard to watch. Then we have to suffer through the Chief smothering him with a pillow. Which is followed by an amazing moment when the Chief pulls the zapping machine out of the ground, throws it through the window and escapes.
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Actor, Musician
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3 years ago
If you could pick your favorite movie of all time, what would you pick. - I think Singin' in the Rain and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. I mean they are very different movies, but they would be my top 2. (0:45 s)
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11 months ago
I’ll continue the Jack Nicholson theme and go to One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Of its era, the great American novel. R.P. McMurphy is probably the defining Jack Nicholson character, if you had to pick one. It’s actually the first film I ever saw. I don’t remember it, but I was a little baby and my mom took me. It’s one of those movies I’ll watch whenever I’m feeling lost or alone in the universe.
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