harm.gifAs Jack Silverman puts it in his interview with the filmmaker in the Nashville Scene [via GreenCine], "nobody has ever walked away from a Harmony Korine film feeling neutral about it." Bursting onto the scene at 19 as screenwriter of Larry Clark's Kids, Korine and then-girlfriend Chloe Sevigny traipsed through the 90s like the new John and Gena (or, at the very least, the new Kim and Thurston). They made the spookily-beautiful portrait of poverty-chic Gummo, and dabbled in international relevance with Julien Donkey-Boy, the only American Dogme film that matters. They both gave interviews about how they had no respect for Hollywood, about how they (well, really mostly Harmony) were going to change the world.

And then what happened?

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