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Summary: An HIV-positive skateboarder sets out to deflower as many virgins as possible while a local girl who contracted his disease tries to prevent his next target from suffering the same fate as herself.
06 Abril 2012 - Tractament interessant del tema, que peca en algún punt de gratuit (com la baralla al parc, excessiva). No m'ha quedat clar què pensar de les interpretacions, millor l'amic que el protagonista i malbaratada Dawson.
To el que dic ho he tret de Grandine -no hauria de llegir crítiques abans d'escriure.
Realment no m'ha impactat gaire la pel·lícula, no crec que en retingui gran cosa, potser es deu a l'estat en què em trobo. Em fa pensar que l'estat condiciona molt l'efecte.
An ugly, arresting film about being young, and seemingly invincible. Clark treats his reprehensible subjects - a pack of New York teens who steal, drink, beat someone within an inch of life, and (most centrally) attempt to deflower as many virgins as possible - with an artful sincerity, rather than an exploitative lust.
Larry Clark became a cornerstone of pop culture with this searing bullet to the genitals of young teens in the mid-90's AIDS epidemic. Not that it hasn't continued, but this is one of the first films to really tackle the disease on an uncomfortable level. No one wants to see a 13 year old virgin being deflowered, only to later learn she's probably now HIV-positive. Clark tackles all aspects of urban life in the same way in this film, these amoral kids are breaking the rules because that's
If you want to remember your teenage experiences (not in that extreme way you witnessed in this movie) watch this. However this movie reflects some scenes from real life as how as it happens in real life. Great acting, decent directing. An Obscure mid 90's indiependent movie, achive it goals (if there is any) in some aspects.
I guess this is supposed to be shocking, but maybe I'm just too jaded. About the only thing going for this movie is the realistic dialogue... when you can understand it, that is. Why cast a total mushmouth like Leo Fitzpatrick as your lead?
Actually this is one of the movies I have just looked at too often when I was young (so I can't be very objective about), but from the incredible soundtrack (Daniel Johnston, Folk Implosion and the marvelous Sebadoh) over the characters and impressions to Harold Hunter... Clark did a lot of things right here.