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Release Date: May 3, 2019
Cast: Patrick J. Adams, Troian Bellisario, Will Bowes
Genre: Sci-Fi
Directed by: Akash Sherman
Writers : Akash Sherman, Akash Sherman (story by)

Watch Clara 2018 Full Movie Online Free Streaming : An obsessive astronomer and a curious artist form an unlikely bond which leads them to a profound, scientific discovery.

Clara is a Canadian romantic science fiction film, directed by Akash Sherman and released in 2018. The film stars Patrick J. Adams as Isaac Bruno, an astronomer whose obsession with searching for signs of intelligent life in the universe is leading to the collapse of his personal life, and finds both areas of his life transformed when he meets an itinerant artist (Troian Bellisario) with a fascination with the cosmos.

If you are an astronomer—or, at least, someone interested in the search for alien life—this year’s hottest film may be Clara, a Canadian indie feature that premiered in September at the Toronto International Film Festival. Written and directed by 23-year-old cinema wunderkind Akash Sherman, the film follows a troubled astronomer, Isaac Bruno (Patrick J. Adams), who forms an unlikely partnership with a bohemian artist, Clara (Troian Bellisario), while hunting for Earth-like exoplanets. Clara was largely under the public radar until this August, when a YouTube trailer laden with lush visual effects and teasing science-savvy plot points sparked a sensation among astronomers on social media. As revealed by the trailer, the film’s story revolves around Isaac and Clara’s use of publicly available data from NASA’s very real Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) to make a potentially transformative discovery. Although entirely fictitious, that discovery’s details have surprisingly robust real-world roots—namely a Clara-inspired academic paper published in Research Notes of the American Astronomical Society by the film’s science advisors, Canadian astrophysicists John Moores and Doug Welch.