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Adelaide Clemens to lead "The Automatic Hate"

Monday, September 23, 2013 6:08 PM | Anonymous

Aussie Adelaide Clemens has been cast to lead "The Automatic Hate," an indie drama directed by Justin Lerner (Girlfriend).

Co-written by Lerner and Katharine O’Brien, Clemens joins fellow lead Joseph Cross and a supporting cast that includes Richard Schiff, Caitlin O’Connell, Catherine Carlen, and Yvonne and Vanessa Zima. 

Lerner told The Hollywood Soapbox that "The Automatic Hate" is the second part of an informal trilogy of films telling stories of ""impossible love" or "taboo love". His first feature film, Girlfriend, is the first in the trilogy. 

Clemens' break out role was as Catherine in Baz Luhrmann's epic "The Great Gatsby".


The Gatsby star is also a Logie nominated actress. Clemens received the nomination for her role in the John Edwards and Claudie Karvan produced "Love My Way". 

Clemens can currently be seen playing Tawney in Sundance Channel's original drama series "Rectify".

She can next be seen in David Burris' drama "The World Made Straight" opposite Haley Joel Osment, Noah Wyle and Minka Kelly.

Congrats, Adelaide!



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