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Harmony Korine ("Spring Breakers") on Fever Dreams, Mtn Dew, & Mime-ories- The Dinner Party Download

The Dinner Party Download on March 22, 2013 22:06

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In the ’90s, at the ripe old age of 19, Harmony Korine wrote the screenplay for Larry Clark’s controversial film “Kids,” about debauched New York City teens. He’s since written and directed a slew of personal — and often polarizing — films, including “Gummo” and “Trash Humpers.” His new movie “Spring Breakers” is shaping up to be a commercial success, but it’s no less provocative than his past work. It features starlets Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens behaving very badly, alongside James Franco as a hedonistic guru-gangster named “Alien.” Rico talks with Harmony fever dreams, people who aren’t people, and his mime moment.
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