“I’m already hurt — it can’t get worse,” she says in the coming-of-age movie, premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Juno Temple confesses a secret in The Hollywood Reporter‘s exclusive clip of One Percent More Humid.
Written and directed by Liz W. Garcia, the coming-of-age film stars Temple and Julia Garner as college-age childhood friends who reunite for a humid New England summer to help each other cope with grief. In the clip, Temple shares that she’s been finding solace in her older, married thesis adviser, who is played by Alessandro Nivola.
“It’s just shocking because it’s not you at all,” says Garner to a seemingly peaceful Temple. “I just want the best for you. I know inevitably you’re going to get hurt here.”
Still, Juno clarifies, “I’m already hurt — it can’t get worse.”
One Percent More Humid makes its world premiere Friday at the Tribeca Film Festival. CAA is handling sales.