Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – Museum Scene With John Hughes Commentary

I’ve stated before that Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is one of my favorite films from my youth, it probably speaks the most to those of ‘my’ generation. This last weekend though something occurred to me that mirrored almost exactly what Cameron(Alan Ruck) experiences and how he reacts in this moving scene from one of John Hughes best. Thanks to the YouTube clip below you can listen to the legendary John Hughes explain some of his reasons for the artwork included in the scene as well as it’s connection to Cameron.

[Via] Monkey Boy Bud’s YouTube Channel

I’ll let you all know if I somehow end up wrecking my Father’s car in the next day or two. ;)

VicSage

Editor at Retroist
Searching through the alleys for useful knowledge in the city of Nostalgia. Huge cinema fanatic and sometimes carrier of the flame for the weirding ways of 80s gaming, toys, and television. When his wife lets him he is quite happy sitting in the corner eating buckets of beef jerky.

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2 thoughts on “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – Museum Scene With John Hughes Commentary

  1. To this day Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is in my top 10 favorite movies to watch. About the last panting in the video “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” is one of my favorite paintings of all time. I got to see it in person at the Art Institute of Chicago back in May 2007.

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