Lara Jean Gallagher
Fiction - 2019
Clementine is a first independent feature film whose
the atmosphere immerses the audience in what is akin to a
genre film. A woman, barely separated, takes refuge in the
most unlikely of places, her ex's lake house. The,
in the heart of a forest in the Pacific Northwest, she lets herself be
led by a mysterious and provocative young neighbor.
Could it be the cyclical nature of romantic relationships: hurt,
then be hurt? Let go and love again? Age
Does it play a role in the imbalance of the relationships of seduction?
Tensions embodied by talented rising actresses
(including Sydney Sweeney: Sharp Objects, The Handmaid's Tale),
for a very visual and sensual psychological thriller, supported by the Venice Biennale and the Sundance Institute.
Winner of multiple awards for best fiction and best photography and selected at over 20 festivals across North America