Leaves of Grass

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Overview

An Ivy League classics professor becomes mixed up in his lawless identical twin's drug dealings after receiving word that his brother has been murdered, and returning to Oklahoma to discover he's been hoodwinked. To say that Bill Kincaid Edward Norton is ashamed of his upbringing is an understatement at best. Turning his back on his working-class parents and working diligently to erase any traces of his Southern accent, Bill develops a reputation as a true scholar dedicated to excellence and philosophical ...
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Overview

An Ivy League classics professor becomes mixed up in his lawless identical twin's drug dealings after receiving word that his brother has been murdered, and returning to Oklahoma to discover he's been hoodwinked. To say that Bill Kincaid Edward Norton is ashamed of his upbringing is an understatement at best. Turning his back on his working-class parents and working diligently to erase any traces of his Southern accent, Bill develops a reputation as a true scholar dedicated to excellence and philosophical exploration. His brother, Brady also Norton, on the other hand, grows weed. Arriving home to find Brady very much alive, Bill winds up mending bridges with their capricious mother, Daisy Susan Sarandon, and reluctantly agrees to help his brother out of a tight jam involving notorious drug kingpin Pug Rothbaum Richard Dreyfuss, who might just send both siblings to an early grave. Meanwhile, Bill can't help noticing that free-spirited poet Janet Keri Russell has somehow managed to find true happiness in the most unlikely surroundings.
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Special Features

Making of featurette; Edward Norton & Tim Blake Nelson film commentary; Leaves of Grass trailer; Previews
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/12/2010
  • UPC: 687797130266
  • Original Release: 2010
  • Rating:

  • Source: Millennium
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:45:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 47,012

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Edward Norton Bill Kincaid, , Brady Kincaid
Tim Blake Nelson , Bolger
Susan Sarandon , Daisy
Richard Dreyfuss , Pug Rothbaum
Keri Russell , Janet
Josh Pais , Ken Feinman
Pruitt Taylor Vince , Big Joe Sharpe
Melanie Lynskey , Colleen
Lucy DeVito , Anne Greenstein
Steve Earle , Buddy Fuller
Kent Jude Bernard Philosophy Student
Amelia Campbell Maggie Harmon
Randal Reeder Shaver
Leo Fabian Waddell
Tina Parker Sharon
Ty Burrell Professor Sorenson
Lee Wilkof Professor Levy
Lisa Benavides Suzie Feinman
Jenna Podell Staci Feinman
Henry Max Nelson Tommy Feinman
Theodore Kaiser Nelson Gabe Feinman
Alyssia Dujmovich Jilly
Ken Cheeseman Jimmy Fuller
Naima Imani Lett Sally
Maggie Siff Rabbi Zimmerman
Tim Ware Minister Davies
Tim Fletcher TV Reporter
Robin McGee Salesman
Chris Freihofer Doctor
Technical Credits
Tim Blake Nelson Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Steve Aaron Sound Mixer, Sound/Sound Designer
Max Biscoe Production Designer
Stuart Blumberg Executive Producer
Michelle Botticelli Editor
Elie Cohn Producer
Jeff Danna Score Composer
Boaz Davidson Executive Producer
Danny Dimbort Executive Producer
Kristina Dubin Producer
Caroline Eselin-Schaeffer Costumes/Costume Designer
Eric Gitter Executive Producer
Warren T. Goz Executive Producer
Avy Kaufman Casting
David Koplan Executive Producer
John Langley Producer
Avi Lerner Executive Producer
Stewart McMichael Executive Producer
Bill Migliore Producer
Michael J. Moore Asst. Director
Edward Norton Producer
Randall Poster Musical Direction/Supervision
Roberto Schaefer Cinematographer
Trevor Short Executive Producer
Rob Simons Art Director
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Customer Reviews

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  • Posted May 12, 2011

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    Decent Flick

    I had been familiar with this movie for a while before I actually finally sat down and gave it a watch. I figured I ought to, considering I do rather like Edward Norton as an actor. He has been in a lot of pretty good movies and done a pretty good job at them. This was not my favorite role of his, or rather I should say "these" were not my favorite roles of his, considering he played 2 roles in this, but he did a good job at the roles, as did the other actors in their respective roles. Altogether it was a decent flick. If you're into dramas at all, you would probably enjoy this movie. I'm not as huge into dramas as I am say action, comedy, and geek movies, but I like many of them well enough. It's a shame that he will not resume his role as Bruce Banner in The Avengers. I thought he did well in The Incredible Hulk, but Mark Ruffalo is taking over for him in Avengers. Shame, shame. Anyway though, none the less, Edward Norton is awesome, and he did well in this flick. I recommend at least giving it a watch.

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