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Variety

Displaying nerves of steel and a generous heart, helmer Adam Christian Clark takes a lot of chances with “Caroline and Jackie,” a tale of troubled sisters that keeps the viewer off balance throughout before delivering a payoff that serves as both catharsis and absolution.

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DVD Talk

A deeply felt and frequently unnerving portrayal of mental illness and sibling rivalry, one which transcends its occasional markers and dreary subject matter to create something sharp and direct.

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We Got This Covered

The question of why people love their families when their relatives abuse them, and why people abuse and run away from those who love them is an intriguing question that continuously stirs debate. The new drama Caroline and Jackie, the feature film debut of writer-director Adam Christian Clark, unforgivably and boldly focuses on the strained relationship of the two title characters, who are sisters. While they always question each other’s motives and actions, when they’re ultimately forced to choose between outsiders and each other, they always defend their family.

Read the full article at We Got This Covered.

Bullett Magazine

Still in his early 30s, USC film grad Adam Christian Clark has journeyed through all facets of the entertainment industry, directing episodes for the American Big Brother, working for Quentin Tarantino, and shooting the likes of Kanye West and Lupe Fiasco. His first feature, Caroline and Jackiejust had its premier at the Tribeca Film Festival, and revolves around the intense bond between two sisters who were likely scarred by their abusive mother as they grew up. Starring Grimm lovebirds David Giuntoli and Bitsie Tulloch,who give highly realistic performances, Caroline and Jackie asks it’s own questions about manipulation, human nature, and the intensity of familial bonds.

Read the full interview at Bullett Magazine

Vimooz

One of the best narrative films I’ve seen screening at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival so far is the extraordinary debut feature written and directed by Adam Christian Clark- Carloline and Jackie.

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IndiePix

After two screenings of his first feature film Caroline and Jackie, we spoke with Adam Christian Clark to get a unique look at the themes of Caroline and Jackie as well as his feelings on his feature debut at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival.

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Culture Blues

Ultimately, Caroline and Jackie is a film about how blood is thicker than water, but sometimes a little of that metaphorical blood might need to get spilled. It’s a riveting twist of genres, consistently surprising and disturbing, a film that will almost certainly make my Top 20 of 2012.

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Cinema Blend

Regardless of whether or not you know what you’re getting into when catching a new movie, there’s no way to prepare yourself for such raw performances like the ones you get from Marguerite Moreau and Bitsie Tulloch in Caroline and Jackie.

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Chicago Tribune

Displaying nerves of steel and a generous heart, helmer Adam Christian Clark takes a lot of chances with “Caroline and Jackie,” a tale of troubled sisters that keeps the viewer off balance throughout before delivering a payoff that serves as both catharsis and absolution.

Read the full review at chicagotribune.com

Rotten Tomatoes

As a first-time feature film writer and director, Clark proves his ability of not only bringing realistic issues to the screen, but also in casting actors who naturally and easily become in tuned with their characters.

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