Having been an enfant terrible for half his life, indie provocateur Harmony Korine knows his way around a youth-in-crisis movie. The 40-year-old filmmaker broke out in 1995 with his controversial screenplay for "Kids," an amoral, crudely sensational account of under-age sex and drug abuse by teen New York City street gangs. After multiple microscopic arthouse experiments he's back in your face and at your throat with a juvenile-delinquent story that can stand alongside "Pixote," "River's Edge" and "13."
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