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Leaves of Grass is an American black comedy/drama film written and directed by Tim Blake Nelson. It stars Edward Norton, Richard Dreyfuss, Susan Sarandon, Melanie Lynskey and Keri Russell. The film, released on September 17, 2010, is in limited release by Millennium Pictures. It was featured in the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. Bill Kincaid (Edward Norton) is lecturing his Latin class at Brown University about Socrates’ dialogues. He dismisses the class and then meets up with his student, Anne (Lucy DeVito). She is clearly smitten with him and asks if he wants to go to a movie. Bill declines and Anne begins to talk about a note she gave him written sexually in Latin. Bill makes it clear that he can’t cross that line, but Anne closes the door and recites Latin as she takes off her shirt and tries to straddle him. A coworker walks in and Bill is put in an awkward position. The coworker talks to Bill about his meeting with Harvard associates in the morning and Bill makes it...
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