11/21/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

"The Social Network" Screenwriter Sorkin And Actors Discuss Film At Stanford

"The Social Network" tells the story of how Facebook founders Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg), now the youngest billionaire in the world, and his business partner, Eduardo Saverin (Andrew Garfield), created the world's most popular social networking website. Directed by "Fight Club" auteur David Fincher, "Network" connected with the enthusiastic audience, garnering laughs with its surprisingly frequent dark comedy and extremely loud whooping whenever the film referenced Stanford -- either through the characters or with details like Zuckerberg's Coupa Cafe cup in the deposition room. The movie isn't afraid to delve into the more unsavory bits of Facebook's origins, which include sex, drugs and alcohol: the Stanford University logo's first appearance is on the backside of a half-naked coed's underpants.

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