Written by Harmony Korine and directed by Larry Clark, 1994’s “Kids” quickly became a cult movie that outlined lives of teenagers in NYC—a familiar and relatable tale to some and, to others, a complete fantasy. Now, 20 years later, an all-access documentary focused on the real life individuals that the film was based on is in pre-production. Intent to answer questions about why these kids lived the teen lives they did, the documentary is currently funding on Kickstarter.
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