Today marks the one year anniversary of Mike Nichols’ death. He was an extremely influential director whose career spanned six decades in film and theatre. He directed landmark films such as The Graduate, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Silkwood, and more recently, Closer and Charlie Wilson’s War. Some other films were not as good, but I always found that they had something interesting in them. Here’s what I learned from Mike Nichols’ work.
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