Premiering at SXSW in March, the documentary Clerk. is an extensive all-access look at the life and career of filmmaker Kevin Smith, from his indie start with Clerks to the massive impact he’s had on comedy, pop culture, nerd culture, independent film, and more. With never-before-seen interviews from family, friends, and legends in the comedy and comic book worlds, it follows his incredible journey and examines his affinity for juicy topics and off-kilter humor. Clerk. will be available to purchase on November 23, 2021, from wherever digital streaming titles are available.
Where To Watch Clerk.: Available for purchase starting Tuesday, November 23 on most digital platforms, including Amazon Prime Video, starting at $9.99
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Coming off of its debut at SXSW in March, Clerk. had garnered an 89% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It is an immersive behind-the-scenes look at Kevin Smith’s life and career. Starting with the first-time director with his seminal indie comedy sensation Clerks, it follows his life and cinematic career since those early days. The documentary looks at his affinity for countless juicy topics, frequent focus on male relationships and sexuality, and touchpoints of religious fanaticism and comic book culture. With interviews from his friends, collaborators, industry professionals, and the man himself, Kevin Smith, and clips and never before seen archival footage, Clerk. is a deep dive into one of the entertainment industry’s most incredible journeys. The documentary will be available for digital purchase on November 23, 2021.
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