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To feel “clean,” if you’re a junkie, is to be in a state free of addiction, but more than that, it also implies a clean slate, a life wiped clean of its past temptations, joys and pain, in order to allow new beginnings to emerge.

This is the state Maggie Cheung will find herself in by the end of Olivier Assayas’ “Clean,” but Lord, what it takes to get to that point.

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