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Logan Lerman Gets A Lesson In The Art Of The Woo In This 'Indignation' Clip

The new movie, based on Philip Roth's novel, opens July 29.

Ah, teen love. It was so different back in 1951. And yet, not. Youths still stalked one another ― they just did so by peering into windows instead of browsing Facebook photos. Case in point: this scene from the new movie “Indignation,” based on Philip Roth’s 2008 novel. 

In the clip below, exclusive to The Huffington Post and its parent company, AOL, Logan Lerman stars as a neurotic Jewish freshman attempting to woo a classmate (Sarah Gadon) at a Christian college whose morals sometimes conflict with his own as the Korean War rages on. She schools him in the art of suitorship.

“Indignation” is the directorial debut of James Schamus, the Oscar-nominated screenwriter and former Focus Features CEO. The movie opens July 29.

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