Sony has dropped the trailer for One Percent More Humid, a drama starring Juno Temple and Julia Garner.
Garner plays Catherine, who returns to her New England town and reunites with her friend Iris (Temple). What starts as a summer of parties and skinny dipping soon becomes something else entirely as a past shared trauma becomes increasingly difficult to keep hidden.
Alessando Nivola and Maggie Siff also star in this honest-looking drama. The two leads appear to be putting in strong turns in what is – hopefully – a film that is on point with its exploration of grief, guilt, and trauma.
One Percent More Humid, written and directed by Liz W. Garcia (The Lifeguard), will be hitting digital on October 10.
Tribeca Film Festival‘s synopsis for One Percent More Humid:
Iris (Juno Temple) and Catherine (Julia Garner), college –age childhood friends, reunite for a humid New England Summer to help each other cope with the unimaginable. As they attempt to enjoy the usual vacation hijinks- parties and skinny-dipping and sexual adventure- a shared trauma in their past becomes increasingly difficult to suppress. As the hot summer wears on, the two young women continue to be haunted by their memories, and find that their shared experience begins to drive them even further apart. Each seeks refuge in a forbidden affair- Catherine to an former crush turned enemy, and Iris to her older, married college advisor at a crossroads of his own (Alessandro Nivola).