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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest(1998)

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Documentary on the 1961 novel, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," which depicts the clash between nonconformity and oppression set in the context of a mental hospital. Combines dramatizations, still photos and film clips from the time, news footage and interviews with author Ken Kesey, colleagues an

Cast & Crew

Ned Judge Director
Ken Kesey Interviewee
Wavy Gravy Interviewee
Ken Babbs Interviewee
Milos Forman Interviewee
Louise Fletcher Interviewee
Jann Wenner Interviewee
Barry Kirk Director Of Photography
Ned Judge Writer
Dale Minor Series Producer ("Great Books")
Ned Judge Producer
Nancy Lebrun Executive Producer (Roundabout Productions)
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Release Date:  1998 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  Cronkite Ward & Company .....Production Company, Roundabout Productions .....Production Company, .....Production Company
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  • A raw, but accurate film about mental illness.

    denscul 2014-04-06

    I have read critics call this film, an allegory for man's desire for freedom. Unfortunately, as true as that probably is, some people are dangerous... MORE>