LAST AND LATE EASTER POST! GUMMO BY HARMONY KORINE

Happy Easter // 📷 Bunny Boy in 'Gummo' - Harmony Korine, 1997 - save the chocolate, invest in these instead:

Chloe Sevigny in "Kids" directed by Larry Clark, screenplay by Harmony Korine

Chloë Sevigny in "Kids" directed by Larry Clark, screenplay by Harmony Korine

Gummo by Harmony Korine gives us a disturbing yet real look into the town he grew up in. Shocking, funny, sad, and strangely heartfelt, after getting through some of the scenes did I realize it is truly a beautiful film. There is something cherishing in this focus of an unseen America not familiar with cinema. Overlooked, but should be seen (by those who can stomach the disturbing).

Gummo is a 1997 American dystopian art film written and directed by Harmony Korine, starring Jacob Reynolds, Nick Sutton, Jacob Sewell, and Chloë Sevigny.

Gummo, Harmony Korine. Photo Still from film. Love the imagery.

Gummo (1997)

Harmony Korine- wrote his first screenplay for "Kids" while sitting in class throughout high school.

Harmony Korine- wrote his first screenplay for "Kids" while sitting in class throughout high school.

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Gummo (1997, dir. Harmony Korine) I know I just ragged on Gigi for being weird, but Gummo is great! Different kind of weird, I guess. Seriously out of control. Sweet cinematography by Jean-Yves Escoffier. #jj

Harmony Korine)--once you get past the cat murdering, this is an awesome and hilarious movie, shot in a documentary style, about growing up and living the trailer park/ white trash lifestyle.

Harmony Korine mentions the movie and Rob in WMag interview. December 2015

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Polaroids from on set of Larry Clark's Kids 1995 Unseen

Harmony Korine’s Kids: unseen

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