A series of hazy 8mm vignettes, accompanied by a soft, lilting voice over, in which girls skulk around schoolyards, spray graffiti, drink, smoke, pose and embrace, evoking the loneliness, confusion and overwhelming wonder of growing up.
Video installation piece which features a collaboration of many artists that is inspired by Nicholas Ray's classic Rebel Without A Cause. Korine whose work has often responded to street ... See full summary »
In Paris, a young American who works as a Michael Jackson lookalike meets Marilyn Monroe, who invites him to her commune in Scotland, where she lives with Charlie Chaplin and her daughter, Shirley Temple.
The short films of Harmony Korine can at times be a pretentious hassle to sit through, however, every now and then sparks of genius and entertainment will be present-and "Snowballs" is filled with these sparks. It is only 4 minutes long and has virtually no plot. Its just a bizarre series of brief scenes centering around these two creepy, masked characters who meet this odd old white trash man.
Its disturbing and haunting-but also hilarious and entertaining! Its a bizarre, experimental comedy, a carnival of the weird and wild! This short embodies the very best of Harmony Korine's talent, which he sometimes has a hard time showcasing.
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