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Good Will Hunting

DOWN & DIRTY:
Drama: A therapist tries to help a brilliant, but troubled young man overcome his personal problems and realize his potential.

NITTY GRITTY:
Will Hunting (MATT DAMON) is a brilliant, but troubled twenty-year-old. Able to solve complex mathematical problems, Will is incredibly book smart, but also a street tough.

Having never left South Boston, Will spends his days working as a janitor and his nights drinking and partying with his buddies Chuckie (BEN AFFLECK), Morgan (CASEY AFFLECK) and Billy (COLE HAUSER). He also meets a Harvard student (MINNIE DRIVER), who he really likes.

When mathematics professor Lambeau (STELLAN SKARSGARD) discovers that Will has anonymously solved a math problem his own university students couldn't, he sets out to find this brilliant thinker. The problem is, Will's in jail after being arrested for fighting.

Lambeau goes out on a limb and arranges for Will to be let out under his supervision. The conditions are that Will meet weekly with him to discuss mathematics as well as with a psychiatrist to discuss his personal problems.

After his cocky, smart-aleck attitude scares off other therapists, Lambeau turns to Sean McGuire (ROBIN WILLIAMS), his former college roommate and now a professor of psychology. Just as stubborn as Will, Sean works hard to get inside the prodigy's head. At the same time, Skylar tries to get inside his heart, and both hope the young man will fully realize his potential.

THE ENDING:
Will finally leaves South Boston in an old beat up car to go to California to be with Skylar.

WHAT EVERYONE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT:
Robin Williams' Oscar winning performance.


 
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