The debut film from the already controversial photographer Larry Clark (Bully, Ken Park), KIDS is a powerful, compelling, and deeply shocking story of a group of New York teenagers set across a frenetic twenty-four hours.
This release also includes the Tribeca Film Festival winning full feature documentary WE WERE ONCE KIDS, a strikingly personal documentary from director Eddie Martin (All This Mayhem, Fire Front) about the real life individuals who inspired the 1995 cult classic film.
Skateboarders Telly (Leo Fitzpatrick, Bully) and Casper (Justin Pierce, Next Friday) hang out, shoplift, do drugs and seduce girls. Jennie (Chloë Sevigny, Boys Don't Cry) follows the pair across the city, desperate to confront them with a terrible truth. Also starring Rosario Dawson (Sin City) and written by Harmony Korine (Gummo), KIDS is an unflinching depiction of the beauty and tragedy of youth, a story of a single day in which everything and nothing will change.
Director: Larry Clark
Cast: Chloë Sevigny; Justin Pierce; Leo Fitzpatrick; Rosario Dawson
We Were Once Kids is a documentary 26 years after indie cult classic Kids was released to an unsuspecting nation. It explores the divergent paths of the original cast, delivering an unflinching look back at one of the most iconic films of the 1990's.
Director: Eddie Martin
Cast: Jon Abrahams; Peter Bici; Tom Brokaw