“We need less perfect but more free films.” - Jonas Mekas
A friend came over today, and she asked me to show her one of my so called "weird films". After showing her Gummo last year, I knew she was ready for this gem.
She was not.
However, she loved it(and we where both left equally traumatized, as the credits rolled).
Harmony Korine is my favorite filmmaker, so I tend to rant about his greatness, and honestly, after watching this again, I feel like it's validated.
In my opinion, we need films like this now more than ever. The mainstream films has became so incredibly stale and lifeless, something that challenges, while still manages to touch is exactly what's missing.…