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Last Moment of Clarity Trailer with Samara Weaving & Brian Cox

Lionsgate has brought online the trailer for the thriller Last Moment of Clarity, which is arriving on Digital, On Demand and DVD on May 19. The film comes from an executive producer of Hereditary, The Catcher Was a Spy, and American Ultra.

In this mystery film, Sam (Zach Avery) finds out his girlfriend — who he thought was murdered — has been hiding out in Paris, and becomes obsessed with the thought that a Hollywood starlet could actually be her.

Last Moment of Clarity

Last Moment of Clarity stars Samara Weaving, Carly Chaikin, and Zach Avery with Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy winner Brian Cox (Golden Globe for Best Television Actor – Drama Series, Succession).

After his girlfriend Georgia (Samara Weaving, Ready or Not) is murdered by European mobsters, Sam (Zach Avery, Fury) flees to Paris to hide out. Years later, he sees a woman in a Hollywood film who he’s certain is Georgia.

In L.A. to investigate, he encounters enigmatic Kat (Carly Chaikin, Mr. Robot), who impulsively decides to help him on his quest. But when Sam meets the mystery actress face-to-face, his life spins out of control.

Also starring Udo Kier, this twisty Hitchcockian thriller will keep you guessing until the final frame.

The in-home special features include an audio commentary with co-writers/co-directors Colin Krisel and James Krisel, “The Making of Last Moment of Clarity” featurette, and deleted scenes.

Running at 90 minutes, Last Moment of Clarity has been rated R for violence, language, sexuality and nudity.

Are you going to watch the movie when it hits Digital, On Demand and DVD? What do you think about the trailer? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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