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I wanted to share a story about a universal trope that we all experience – insecurity but through a perspective that's not often represented in film.

Jones, a successful entrepreneur who’s blind, faces discrimination at a bar one night, propelling him into a state of insecurity and self consciousness, which affects his business and marriage.

I've been intentional to share authentic stories of representation and diversity on-screen, as well as advancing opportunities for people with disabilities in media. I believe storytelling is a way to catalyze change, educate others, and build empathy ­– and I think Clarity does exactly that.

KiAnna Dorsey

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