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Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann look like a happy couple, and why shouldn’t they be? She’s a beautiful movie star; he’s a successful filmmaker whose memories of being a geeky nobody have become the backbone of modern Hollywood comedy — Apatow directed "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," "Knocked Up" and "Funny People" and has produced everything from "Anchorman" to "Bridesmaids." The couple is rich, funny and powerful enough to send their kids to Crossroads, an ultra-competitive Santa Monica day school that Vanity Fair once described as “the elite, anti-prep mecca for entertainment-industry offspring.”

If anything, their lives seem impossibly perfect, which is why it’s so strange that they decided to make a movie about how difficult it is for them to stay married to each other.

Sitting inside an empty restaurant at the Beverly Hills Four Seasons Hotel on an unseasonably gray Sunday morning, Apatow dispels the notion that »


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