In Southwestern Kansas, inside an old, dusty house with floral wallpaper that’s curling at the seams, a girl sits in a rocking chair. She’s faced with a decision that will change her life.
It’s July 2013 and Patrick Clement watches nearby as the scene unfolds. He’s directing the film he wrote, “Somewhere Between Freedom and Protection, Kansas.” Along with other featured films, the 20-minute short film premiers in the Free State Festival on Saturday at 12 p.m.
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