"Good Will Hunting" is one incredible movie (remember my movie top 1-25: this one can easily slide in there and is for sure in my current top 30- stay tuned for that, as soon as I'll get some time, I'll post further my top 25-100...). Inter alia, I believe Matt Damon is playing one of his best roles ever as Will Hunting (only matched so far, in my view, by his playing the main role in "The Talented Mr. Ripley" - but there are still movies with him that I must see). But the movie scene of the week is really not one of the many excellent ones that centre on Will Hunting, but one which gets the best out of Sean Maguire, superlatively played by (the usually superlative...) Robin Williams (rewarded with a well deserved Oscar for the acting here). And I chose this scene, one of my favourites both from this movie and in general, because it emphasizes wonderfully my idea of "lack of exposure" (that many people I know suffer from, without being aware of it...). Valid even in the case of pure geniuses, though it's clear that not many can beat Will Hunting :-). Enjoy!