You start with hips too high, which prevents you from being able to use your legs properly in the explosion.
At the beginning of the lift, the bar is moving away from, rather than towards, your center of gravity.
Your back is rounded at the beginning of the lift, which makes it more difficult to extend forcefully in the second and third pulls.
Your elbow turnover is too slow.
Your explosion is missing. The bar speed for your second and first pulls is very similar. In other words, you are not accelerating the bar properly, and are relying on momentum from (a) the first pull and (b) your jump to achieve the second pull.
It doesn't look as if you are wearing weightlifting shoes, which means that (a) you are not transmitting as much force into the floor as you would with hard soles and (b) you are further ingraining the bad habit of relying on your hamstrings rather than your quads in squeezing the bar off the ground.
Your shoulders could be a bit further out beyond the bar.
You have good flexibility in a deep squat.
I like the minimal foot movement and the minimal plantarflexion.
You are not brushing the bar, which is an indication that you haven't swung the bar back in to your center of gravity and also that you aren't extending properly in the second pull.
Honestly, you'd be best served relearning how to clean. Your motor patterns, as they stand, will limit you. Can you work with a coach or an advanced lifter in your area?