5 February 2019 - 19h30
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...