Classic x2: The manhood test

Boras Cinema Röda Kvarn, Borås
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The beloved 60's classic is back in cinemas with digitally restored image and sound! The Manhood Test is one of film history's unexpected huge successes with an incredible 87 million cinema visits to the United States. Also in Sweden it became the 1967 most successful American film, Simon & Garfunkel's soundtrack became a bestseller and the debuting protagonist Dustin Hoffman an immediate star. Hoffman plays Benjamin Braddock, who has just graduated from college and is in the confusing time between young and old. Through his parents, he meets the seductive Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft) and they begin a secret relationship. But then he finds true love in Elaine. The problem is that she is Mrs Robinson's daughter… Awarded Oscar for Best Director.

Film facts

Directed by Mike Nichols

Cast: Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft and others

Country: USA

Year: 1967

Censorship: From 15 years

Length:106 minutes

Original title: The Graduate

Tickets: SEK 80

Contact information

Västerbrogatan 13
Phone: +46-33357143

Organizer: Kulturförvaltningen, Borås Stad


Price information

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Regular screenings: SEK 80

New Finnish film: SEK 80

Children's matinee: SEK 60

Live broadcasts: Prices vary. NOTE! When you buy your ticket online, make sure it goes to Röda Kvarn in Borås and not Röda Kvarn in any other city.

Special screenings: May vary between performances.

Discount booklets: SEK 700 for 10 tickets / films. Sold at Kulturhuset's reception. The coupon is then exchanged for a cinema ticket at the box office at Röda Kvarn.

Röda Kvarn's box office, opens 30 minutes before the current show, with the reservation that some shows may be sold out through advance purchase. Pay with cash or card.

You can pre-sell tickets for all performances online, Only buy a ticket and do not book, and there are unnumbered seats.

Public transportation


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Borås Bio is a stone's throw from Borås Central Station and Borås Resecentrum, by Knalletorget along the river Viskan, opposite the restaurant Kök'et and in direct connection to the restaurant Babbel.