Six Degrees of Separation
- Original title
Six Degrees of Separation (6 Degrees of Separation)
- Running time
- 111 min.
- United States
John Guare (Theater: John Guare)
Anthony Michael Hall,
Drama. Comedy | Comedy-Drama. Gay & Lesbian
- Synopsis / Plot
- Flan and Ouisa Kittredge (Donald Sutherland and Stockard Channing) are a married couple who have built highly successful careers as art dealers catering to Manhattan's upper crust. The Kittredges are entertaining friends one evening when a young black man named Paul (Will Smith) appears at their door. Paul says that he's a close friend of their children, with whom he attended boarding school, and he's just been mugged and needs to get off the street for a moment. Flan and Ouisa invite him in, and they are immediately taken by Paul's intelligence and charm; he offers to prepare dinner, regales them with stories about his father, Sidney Poitier, and ends up spending the night at their apartment.
: Nominated for Oscar: Best Actress (Stockard Channing)
: Nominated for Golden Globe: Best Actress - Comedy/Musical (Stockard Channing)
1993: Chicago Film Critics Awards: 2 Nominations, including Best Actress (Channing)
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