Emma Stil

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LARRY CLARK: "Tulsa - An Essay by Larry Clark" (1971) - Since 2008, AMERICAN SUBURB X | Art, Photography and Culture that matters.

"When I was 16 I started shooting Valo. Valo was a nasal inhaler you could buy at the drugstore for a dollar with a tremendous amount of amphetamine in it…" An essay by Larry Clark,

omgg someone actually got a gum tattoo!! but its a really good movie i need to watch all harmony korine's movies atleast the old ones. i could imagine most people i know would despise these movies but these are the movies i like : raw, random, intense, true, deep, meaningful, creative, bold, crude, interesting. i can't watch a boring movie without a meaning that speaks to me.

omgg someone actually got a gum tattoo!! but its a really good movie i need to watch all harmony korine's movies atleast the old ones. i could imagine most people i know would despise these movies but these are the movies i like : raw, random, intense, true, deep, meaningful, creative, bold, crude, interesting. i can't watch a boring movie without a meaning that speaks to me.

Harmony Korine by Martina Hoogland Ivanow for Dazed Confused April 1998

Harmony Korine by Martina Hoogland Ivanow for Dazed & Confused April 1998

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.