Apr 4, - This Pin was discovered by Maria Koen. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. Kids - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | peoplesearchinternational.eu Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Kids. Das Leben des 17jährige Telly (Leo Fitzpatrick) besteht aus Alkohol, Drogen und Sex – sehr viel Sex. Um sich.
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Ein unmoralischer Teenager namens Telly will möglichst viele Mädchen entjungfern. Auch ein positiver HIV-Test stoppt ihn nicht. Er verbringt einen Sommertag in New York mit seinem besten Freund Caspar. Die beiden vertreiben sich die Zeit mit. Kids ist ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr Die Regie führte Larry Clark (Bully, Ken Park). Der Film beschreibt die Jugendkultur im New York. A Little Princess and The Little Vampire: Family Fun Movie DVD Collection · DVD. Derzeit nicht verfügbar. Kids - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | peoplesearchinternational.eu Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Kids. Das Leben des 17jährige Telly (Leo Fitzpatrick) besteht aus Alkohol, Drogen und Sex – sehr viel Sex. Um sich. Apr 4, - This Pin was discovered by Maria Koen. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. Zum Video: Kids. Kids (). User-Film-Bewertung [?]: unterirdisch schlecht mittelmässig gut weltklasse / 5. Filmsterne von 1 bis 5 dürfen vergeben werden.
Kids Film - Kritik Der Vorwurf, dass Larry Clark seinen pädo- respektive hebephilen Neigungen Ventil verleiht, sind schon ziemlich daneben und ebenso. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Kids. Das Leben des 17jährige Telly (Leo Fitzpatrick) besteht aus Alkohol, Drogen und Sex – sehr viel Sex. Um sich. Zum Video: Kids. Kids (). User-Film-Bewertung [?]: unterirdisch schlecht mittelmässig gut weltklasse / 5. Filmsterne von 1 bis 5 dürfen vergeben werden.
Kids Movie 1995 Navigation menu VideoK.I.D.S 1995 Full movie no B.S Kids | | Kinotrailer | Ein Film von Larry Clark | mit Leo Fitzpatrick & Chloë Sevigny. Film- und Fernsehjuwelen. Film- und Fernsehjuwelen. Kids Film - Kritik Der Vorwurf, dass Larry Clark seinen pädo- respektive hebephilen Neigungen Ventil verleiht, sind schon ziemlich daneben und ebenso. Leo Fitzpatrick. You can't escape it. Joseph Chan. Juli in Atlanta an einer Überdosis Rauschgift. Eric Alan Edwards. Die Besten Coming of Age-Filme. Jim Lewis.
Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Leo Fitzpatrick Telly Sarah Henderson Girl 1 Justin Pierce Casper Joseph Chan Deli Owner Johnathan Staci Kim Korean Guy as Johnathan S.
Kim Adriane Brown Little Girl Sajan Bhagat Paul Billy Valdes Stanly Billy Waldeman Zack Javier Nunez Luis as Luis Nunez Christian Bruna Christian Alex Glen Jennie as Chloe Sevigny Rosario Dawson Genres: Drama.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia This is Jon Abrahams first movie. Goofs When the crowd of kids is beating up the hoodlum in Washington Square Park, they can clearly be seen kicking air.
Quotes Jennie : I'm not gonna die. Crazy Credits At the end of the credits it says: "The book 'KIDS' is available from Grove Press and contains photographs from the film, production stills and the original screenplay.
Alternate Versions For the UK cinema version 59 secs was cut by the BBFC to remove shots of young Nick's chest being kissed by an equally young girl and images of a sleeping child during the scene where Casper rapes Jennie, as this footage contravenes the Protection Of Children Act.
In August '99 the British Board of Film Classification awarded the film an 18 certificate for video distribution, but with 51 seconds of cuts.
The same footage was removed and the scenes re-edited to avoid shots of the child, and this same version was later issued on DVD. Was this review helpful to you?
Yes No Report this. They see nothing but kids abandoning dignity, self-respect, and innocence; in the place of those three things, there is instead sex, drugs, and alcohol.
Young people are starting drinking, smoking, and fucking not necessarily in that order at a younger age. We used to think these kinds of things were reserved exclusively for mature adults.
We were so wrong; so very wrong. Everyone is so anxious to grow up; or whatever the masses have convinced them is the equivalent of doing so. It honestly makes me sad to think of this; for I'm a part of a generation that is often criticized by the ones before it for its blatant ignorance.
I look at people my own age and I see partiers, grade-school alcoholics, junkies, some are even criminals by now. I can't hide the fact that I find these people fucking repulsive.
The side to it that most movies wouldn't dare to touch upon. The girl's name is Jennie Chloe Sevigny. She spends a lot of the film looking for Telly after she gets the results back; hoping that she can savor his next victim from the horrors that she will no doubt be facing very soon.
She consults the possibility of death as she makes it across and about the city by foot and by taxi, eventually arriving at the scene of the crime; a house party.
The film was very controversial at the time of its release. After doing research into the controversies surrounding it, I can only derive from the criticisms a strong sense of denial.
It's as if the film's critics were trying to ignore the fact that it is by far one of the most realistic and uncompromising cinematic representations of today's youth.
Yes, there is "graphic" sex and plenty of drug use; and yes, the screenwriter Harmony Korine who has a cameo as a character named Fidget and wrote the film at the age of 18 and director Larry Clark have not made an attempt to give the film a moral center.
It's not even a narrative; it feels almost documentary-like in its close observation of these kids and their activities.
People want a clear reason for why the filmmakers are showing things that most films don't; although this time, there simply is no reason other than for the sake of realism.
But that is what makes "Kids" so darn effective. The real-life kinds of kids that the film highlights don't have the sort of morality that the kids you see in most Hollywood productions do.
Because those aren't real depictions of what these people may be like. The kids of "Kids" are drug abusers, heavy and casual drinkers, and don't regard sex as passion or a showcase of affection but more-so a hobby; and for Telly, a reason to exist.
In one scene towards the end, Casper abandons all human decency so that he may carry out the deed of raping Jennie, once she's showed up at the house party.
For having the courage to make a film like this, Clark might be one of the bravest souls of cinema out there.
He has been accused of many things for making "Kids" and whatever followed - some people seem to think he's a pedophile for the many scenes in his films involving shirtless boys - although I personally think he should only be called one thing, and that is: visionary.
Larry Clark and Harmony Korine saw the world in a similar light and decided to put their experiences combined into a mixing pot, and "Kids" is the sort of results you'll get when melding two great, creative minds.
Korine's dialogue feels so real and genuine, and a few scenes - like the one with the legless man on the train - carry his signature weirdness; whilst Clark brings the heavily visual storytelling that he exhibited in his fantastic photo book "Tulsa" to the table.
Together, they are both fearless filmmakers; this is real life, so why sugarcoat it? I wish more filmmakers would live and learn by this philosophy, because I'm tired of seeing the same old kind of teenagers in the same old kinds of films.
It is important, and everyone - teenagers especially - should see it. To all of the young who might be reading this, don't be scared off by the fact that the film was threatened with an NC rating and was then released Unrated.
It may be consistently unsettling and graphic, but it deserves to be seen regardless. If its art that can reach out to a certain group of people and alter the course of their lives profoundly, I say it's worth whatever it takes.
Ryan M Super Reviewer. Apr 28, The film, however, misses its chance at cinematic greatness. Though its themes are meaningful, the film blunts itself with Clark's boring and tedious cinematography where he strives to overload on different lighting perspectives and angle shots to recreate the trippy, late-night atmosphere of the hedonistic inner city social life teens so love to partake in.
Attempts at avant-garde are always encouraged, of course, but Clark clearly lost sight of his original goal and chose to indulge in excess.
His success in creating the environment he envisioned almost turns into a folly. Combined with the stream of consciousness screenwriting that tries to simulate the lingo of actual teens like the ones portrayed, the numerous sexual debauchery that are courageously shown on camera, and mise-en-scene overdose, "Kids" almost falls into teen exploitation territory.
Or, at the very least, a kitsch satire that has failed to recognize its own wit and humor and has urged itself to continue being serious.
In the end, the film still achieves its goal of, well, arguing that "kids" are, or have every potential to be, capricious, monstrous, fiendish, primitive monkeys who continue to be so as a result of a poor social environment, a lack of guidance by adults, and by being surrounded by incessant pressures for cheap, distracting pleasures.
In the world of our children, women are objects, men are monsters, parents are poverty-stricken and negligent, sexuality is as important as air, and the capacity of foresight is nonexistent; how lovely.
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As they do, Casper and many others taunt a homosexual couple passing through the park. On the side, Telly briefly talks to Misha, a girl who strongly dislikes Casper, calling him a jerk.
As Casper rides on a skateboard, he carelessly bumps into a man, who furiously threatens him. He pushes Casper, but is struck in the back of the head with a skateboard by Casper's friend Harold, causing him to collapse.
A number of other skaters join in, beating, stomping, and hitting the man with their skateboards until he is rendered unconscious by a final blow to the head by Casper.
While discussing whether or not they killed the man at the park, Telly and some of the group pick up a year-old girl named Darcy— the virginal younger sister of an acquaintance— whom Telly wants to have sex with.
He convinces her to go with them to a pool. The other girls engage in kissing and flirtation, but Darcy is restrained.
Telly and the group go to an unsupervised party at the house of another friend, Steven. Meanwhile, Jennie makes her way to Washington Square Park. Here, she talks to Misha, who tells her about Telly's possible whereabouts.
She runs into Fidget, a raver boy, who shoves a pill into her mouth, which he says is supposed to make " Special K look weak".
It turns out to be a depressant. The pill kicks in and Jennie eventually finds out that Telly is at the party at Steven's house. Jennie arrives at the party only to learn she is too late, as she discovers Telly having sex with Darcy.
Emotionally drained and the drug still affecting her, Jennie cries and passes out on a couch among the other sleeping partygoers. Casper rapes Jennie as she sleeps, inadvertently exposing himself to HIV.
Another teen at the party was able to witness the assault. As morning turns to day, a voice-over by Telly explains how sex is the only worthwhile thing in his life.
The next morning, Casper wakes up and says "Jesus Christ, what happened? Additionally, Sarah Henderson portrays the first girl Telly is seen having sex with and Tony Morales and Walter Youngblood portray the homosexual couple.
The Rastafari is played by an actor credited as "Dr. Screenwriter Harmony Korine has an uncredited appearance as Fidget. Clark originally decided he wanted to cast Fitzpatrick in a film after watching him skateboard in New York, and cursing himself when he could not land certain tricks.
She was given the leading role of Jennie when the actress hired to play her Mia Kirshner was fired. Sevigny and Korine later made Gummo together.
Korine makes a cameo in the club scene with Jennie, as the kid wearing Coke-bottle glasses and a Nuclear Assault shirt who gives her drugs, though the part is credited to his brother Avi.
Korine reportedly wrote the film's screenplay in , at the age of 19, and principal photography took place during the summer of Contrary to perceptions on the part of many viewers, the film, according to Korine, was almost entirely scripted, with the only exception being the scene with Casper on the couch at the end, which was improvised.
After insufficient interest had been generated in the film, he left the project; under incoming producer Cary Woods , the project found sufficient independent funding for the film.
Harvey Weinstein of Miramax , wary of parent The Walt Disney Company 's opinion of the risky screenplay, declined to involve Disney in funding the production of the film.
The film received mixed reviews. The site's consensus reads, " Kids isn't afraid to test viewers' limits, but the point of its nearly non-stop provocation is likely to be lost in all the repellent characters and unpleasant imagery".
In his review, he stated " Kids is the kind of movie that needs to be talked about afterward.