Good Will Hunting

Good Will Hunting
Good Will Hunting

Year

1997

Duration

121 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Will Hunting is a janitor at a prestigious American university - and a man hiding a remarkable talent for maths. When a professor discovers his formidable skills and attempts to help him develop, Will resists, preferring to stay close to the friends he grew up with. Through his relationships with the professor, his counsellor, his girlfriend Skylar and best friend Chuckie, Will's hang-ups and history are revealed, in this warm and emotionally inquisitive drama.

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15 Classification

This film has several uses of strong bad language

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