First screened in April 2015
Director: Larry Clark. Cast: Leo Fitzpatrick, Chloë Sevigny, Justin Pierce, Rosario Dawson, Harold Hunter, Sarah Henderson, Yakira Peguero, Michele Lockwood, Carisa Glucksman, Sajan Bhagat, Billy Valdes, Billy Waldeman, Javier Nunez, Luis Núñez, Alex Glen, Julia Mendoza, Gillian Goldstein, Priscilla Forsyth, Jon Abrahams, Jeff Pang, Hamilton Harris, Atabey Rodriguez, Nick Lockman, Lavar McBride, Joey Alvarez, Gerry Smith, Francine Fuertes, Deborah Draper, Julie Stebe-Glorius, Ellsworth "Cisco" Davis, Joseph Knopfelmacher, Zulaika Velazquez, Adriane Brown, Joseph Chan, Johnathan Staci Kim, Sidney Prawatyotin, Alan Wise, Raymond Batista, Dr. Henry. Screenplay: Harmony Korine. Twitter Capsule:
One hesitates to say it's as prurient as it possibly could be, which just baits Larry Clark. Nearly as dull as possible, too.
Exists to stoke discussion, and that it certainly did. Revealingly, though, its cultural lifespan was very short. Lascivious overwroughtness drove but also limited its impact.