Leo

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Movie Info

The feature-length debut of Mehdi Norowzian, Leo combines two different story lines, but does not reveal their connection until the end of the film. Stephen (Joseph Fiennes) gets a job at a diner run by Vic (Sam Shepard) after serving a 15-year jail term for murder, during which he spent a chunk of time writing. Mary Bloom (Elisabeth Shue) believes her professor husband has been cheating on her, and engages in sex with a house painter in order to get some revenge. After finding out her beliefs were false, Mary's husband and daughter die in a car accident. The pregnant Mary gives birth and names the boy Leopold after a fictional character in a novel she once read. Leo was screened at the Toronto Film Festival.

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