The Graduate

Oh, not too much. Taking it easy.
That's what I'd do if I could.
Nothing wrong with that.

Hey, Ben, Elaine's coming
down from Berkeley soon.

I want you to call her up this time.
I will.

Because I just think you two would
hit it off real well together.

Say hello to Mrs. Robinson, Benjamin.
Hello, Mrs. Robinson.
Hello, Benjamin.

Can I talk to you for a minute?

Benjamin, Darling.
I'm going to ask you something

but you don't have to tell me
if you don't want to.

Well I'm going to ask you what
you do when you go off at night.

When I go off?
You don't have to tell me if
you don't want to.

No, I do. I want to tell you.
I drive around.
What else?
Nothing else.

Well you don't drive around from midnight
until noon the next day, Benjamin.

Oh, no.
Then what do you do? Do you meet someone?
Meet someone?
Why did you say that?

Well this is your business,
I won't play games.

No wait. Wait, I don't meet anyone,
Mother. But why did you say that?

Benjamin, I don't want to pry
into your affairs,

but I'd rather you didn't say
anything at all than be dishonest.

Well, wait.

Wait a minute.
Will you wait a minute, please?
Mrs. Robinson, do you think we could say
a few words to each other first this time?

I don't think we have much
to say to each other.