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Jemaine Clement on his soulful role in 'People Places Things'




NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 10: (L-R) Stephanie Allynne, Jim Strouse, Aundrea Gadsby, Regina Hall, Gia Gadsby, and Jemaine Clement attend the
NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 10: (L-R) Stephanie Allynne, Jim Strouse, Aundrea Gadsby, Regina Hall, Gia Gadsby, and Jemaine Clement attend the "People Places Things" New York premiere at Sunshine Landmark on August 10, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images)
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The new movie 'People Places Things,' stars Jemaine Clement, of Flight of the Concords fame, as a graphic artist and professor named Will Henry.

Life seems to be going along, well enough, until the day of his twin daughter's 5th birthday, when Will walks in on their mom, Charlie and another man

The two split up and Will struggles through the next chapter of his life. The role is a bit of a departure for Clement who's played plenty of over the top zany characters. Jemaine Clement joined us to talk more about the film.