Dead Poets Society

1989

PG

128 Min

Dead Poets Society

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Dead Poets Society tells the story of a group of college friends who grow an extremely close bond with their English professor. The professor, Keating, tells them of a secret society of people who go against the status quo and encourages them to each go on their own path and ‘seize the day.’

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Released:
Jun 2nd, 1989
Budget:
$16,400,000.00
Revenue:
$239,500,000.00
Country:
USA

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