American Graffiti
© 1973 Universal Pictures
Running Time : 108 minutes
This film from director George "Star Wars" Lucas is one of the most popular films of the 70`s. The misadventures of four California teenagers one late summer night in 1962 became the focal point for an audience trip back to the last "innocent" year of the 50`s and early 60`s. Graffiti features a fine group of young actors who have gone on to become some of today's favorites in movies and TV. The film's soundtrack features many vintage rock 'n' roll hits.
Watch this film if you were, or would like to have been a teenager of the late 50`s or early 60`s, or if you just love classic American hot rods. A classic cult movie.

Made a long time ago, back before George Lucas learned how to squash the life out of good actors, "Graffiti" is an autobiographical period piece and a universal portrait of American teenagerhood as it has existed ever since the kids learned to drive. Infinitely more convincing than its "Happy Days" spinoff, the movie may revolve around hot rods, but it's the most human thing Lucas has ever done.