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When Ivy League classics professor Bill Kincaid receives news of the murder of his estranged identical twin brother, he travels back to his home state of Oklahoma for a doomed scheme against a local drug lord.
As a writer-director, Nelson keeps the laughs coming at a steady pace, and never condescends to his articulate redneck characters.
September 17, 2010
It's a jarringly realistic hybrid that echoes the more surreal aspects of real, rural life, and Norton walks/ambles through it all, sporting dueling personalities and distinct accents, but one very serious heart.
It's not the violence itself that bothers me, it's just that it completely destroys the tone of the movie.
April 05, 2010
Essentially Deliverance cross-bred with A History of Violence...Leaves of Grass is a peculiar rural yarn and a sweet, assured examination of lost innocence and brotherhood that succeeds largely because of Norton's multi-faceted performance.