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Flower star Zoey Deutch on playing an anti-hero, and the role of art in the #MeToo era

Deutch stars in Flower, a dark comedy that follows a teenage girl who seeks revenge on men engaging in sexual misconduct.
Zoey Deutch attends the Premiere Of The Orchard's "Flower" at ArcLight Cinemas on March 13, 2018 in Hollywood, California. (Getty Images)

Zoey Deutch stars in Flower, a dark comedy that follows a teenage girl who seeks revenge on men engaging in sexual misconduct. The film has been in the works for a few years, but critics are calling it very timely to the moment we're having right now. Before the release of the film, Deutch talks to q host Tom Power to talk about the Me Too movement and what she hopes Flower adds to the conversation.

Flower comes out in theatres Friday, March 23 in Toronto and Friday, March 30 in Ottawa.

Produced by Vanessa Nigro


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