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So it was a guy sitting at a desk and his secretary gets some papers from him or something. When she's walking away, she drops them and he comes to help pick them up. They're on the floor and look at each other for a short moment and look back down. All of the sudden, the guy grabs her face and starts making out with her and she squeals and tries to break free from him. When he lets go, she takes a breath and says "MR. CONNORS". He says "I'm sorry Lydia, (or something like that name) I'm just nuts today". She jumps on him and makes out with him some more. He stops and says "I can't do this. I'm married."

That's all I remember.

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Do you remember a time period? –  vastra360 Mar 2 '14 at 2:06

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Secretary (2002)

Lee Holloway is a smart, quirky woman in her twenties who returns to her hometown in Florida after a brief stay in a mental hospital. In search of relief from herself and her oppressive childhood environment, she starts to date a nerdy friend from high school and takes a job as a secretary in a local law firm, soon developing an obsessive crush on her older boss, Mr. Grey. Through their increasingly bizarre relationship, Lee follows her deepest longings to the heights of masochism and finally to a place of self-affirmation.

Director: Steven Shainberg Stars: James Spader, Maggie Gyllenhaal.

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