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Greenberg

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Noah Baumbach
Produced by Jennifer Jason Leigh
Scott Rudin
Lila Yacoub
Written by Noah Baumbach
Jennifer Jason Leigh
Starring Ben Stiller
Greta Gerwig
Rhys Ifans
Jennifer Jason Leigh
Music by James Murphy
Cinematography Harris Savides
Editing by Tim Streeto
Studio Focus Features
Scott Rudin Productions
Distributed by Focus Features
Release date(s) March 26, 2010 (limited)
Running time 107 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Greenberg is a 2010 American comedy film written and directed by Noah Baumbach. The film stars Ben Stiller, Greta Gerwig, Rhys Ifans and Jennifer Jason Leigh. Greenberg is produced by Focus Features and Scott Rudin Productions, and will be distributed by Focus Features. It was nominated for the Golden Bear at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival.[1]

The film's soundtrack features the first film score by James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem and DFA Records fame.

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Plot

Roger Greenberg (Ben Stiller) is at a crossroads in his life. Out of a job and none too interested in finding one, he agrees to housesit for his younger and more successful brother, thereby getting a free place to stay in Los Angeles. Once settled in, Greenberg sets out to reconnect with his old friend and former bandmate Ivan (Rhys Ifans). But times have changed, and old friends aren’t necessarily still best friends, so Greenberg finds himself spending more and more time instead with his brother’s personal assistant Florence (Greta Gerwig), an aspiring singer and herself something of a lost soul. As their relationship develops through a series of embarrassingly awkward romantic encounters, even someone as irascible as Greenberg might have at last found a reason to be happy.[2]

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