US, 1997, 89'
The debut by Harmony Korine (writer of "Kids" and director of "Julien Donkey Boy" and "Trash Humpers") is simultaneously repelling and engrossing, brutally real yet hauntingly dreamlike. It's a confronting graphic and voyeuristic portrait of small-town Middle America. In Xenia, Ohio, every bizarre, insensitive and depraved act is committed without a second thought. This is the kind of town you'd never want to call home...