Harmony Korine on Letterman

After I finished Rubin and Ed last night I got stuck on youtube watching Harmony Korine interviews until the wee hours. The Letterman clips are genius. I’m not a huge fan of Letterman himself, but it’s fascinating to see the changes in Korine himself between the different shows.

In 1995, promoting Larry Clark’s Kids, which he wrote the screenplay for.


In 1997, promoting his own feature debut (and one of my all-time favorite films) Gummo.


And finally in 1999, promoting the release of his “novel” A Crack-up At The Race Riots


Amazing.

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