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dir. Lara Gallagher, 2019
NR, 90 min, USA, in English 

A heartbroken woman becomes entangled with a younger girl after breaking into her ex’s lake house in the Pacific Northwest. Equal parts psychological drama and sexual coming-of-age story, Clementine is a tense rumination on who to love and how to let go.

Clementine not only captures the pseudo-psychosis that a lot of people experience post-breakup, it captures the essence of discovering who you are through your relationships with other people, and on your own. Another thing that stuck with me about this film is the fact that we often end up doing the very same things that hurt us to hurt other people— without even noticing. Clementine is a very real human story and moves at the speed of reality. It is not a fast paced caper, but rather a slow burning meditation on love and a character study of women in different stages of life.” —Lorry Kikta, Film Threat

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