Ken Park | Chicago Reader

Ken Park

I've never been a fan of Larry Clark's pornographic features about fornicating teenagers. But this scuzz-and-skateboard fest (2002) is probably his best work, if only because it seems to have the greatest number of characters and outrages (besides the usual share of screwed-up parents). Clark shares director and cinematographer credits with the skillful Ed Lachman (who shot Far From Heaven); Clark's sleazemeister-in-arms Harmony Korine (Gummo, Julien Donkey-Boy) based his script on Clark's stories, and it has plenty of melodrama and disturbing southern California folkways. 96 min.


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