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Personal Velocity.

Rated R for brief violence, strong sexuality and language.

R 85min.
 
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Three women whose lives have followed very different paths ponder their pasts and their futures in this omnibus film from second-time director Rebecca Miller, adapted from her acclaimed short story collection of the same name. Read More
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