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Ichi the Killer
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I remember when I was a child there was a small group of elderly people who would hangout in the back alleys and underbridges by my house. They always seemed to be getting drunk and dancing. One night I looked out my bedroom window and saw a group of them humping trash cans and laughing. I t sounded like they were speaking a strange invented language.

This is a movie about them.

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Harmony Korine on Trash Humpers
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Harmony Korine’s “Trash Humpers” limited edition VHS

Harmony Korine’s “Trash Humpers” limited edition VHS

Harmony Korine’s “Trash Humpers” limited edition VHS

Harmony Korine’s “Trash Humpers” limited edition VHS

Harmony Korine’s “Trash Humpers” limited edition VHS

Harmony Korine’s “Trash Humpers” limited edition VHS
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666darko:

James Franco’s art exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art, REBEL, interprets Nicolas Ray’s 1955 classic Rebel without a Cause through sculpture, short film, and mixed media. The exhibit featured collaborations with Ed Ruscha, Terry Rihcardson, Paul McCarthy, Damon McCarthy, Harmony Korine, Aaron Young, Douglas Gordon & Galen Pehrson.
666darko:

James Franco’s art exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art, REBEL, interprets Nicolas Ray’s 1955 classic Rebel without a Cause through sculpture, short film, and mixed media. The exhibit featured collaborations with Ed Ruscha, Terry Rihcardson, Paul McCarthy, Damon McCarthy, Harmony Korine, Aaron Young, Douglas Gordon & Galen Pehrson.
666darko:

James Franco’s art exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art, REBEL, interprets Nicolas Ray’s 1955 classic Rebel without a Cause through sculpture, short film, and mixed media. The exhibit featured collaborations with Ed Ruscha, Terry Rihcardson, Paul McCarthy, Damon McCarthy, Harmony Korine, Aaron Young, Douglas Gordon & Galen Pehrson.
666darko:

James Franco’s art exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art, REBEL, interprets Nicolas Ray’s 1955 classic Rebel without a Cause through sculpture, short film, and mixed media. The exhibit featured collaborations with Ed Ruscha, Terry Rihcardson, Paul McCarthy, Damon McCarthy, Harmony Korine, Aaron Young, Douglas Gordon & Galen Pehrson.
666darko:

James Franco’s art exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art, REBEL, interprets Nicolas Ray’s 1955 classic Rebel without a Cause through sculpture, short film, and mixed media. The exhibit featured collaborations with Ed Ruscha, Terry Rihcardson, Paul McCarthy, Damon McCarthy, Harmony Korine, Aaron Young, Douglas Gordon & Galen Pehrson.
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Ian Curtis - The Sound and the Fury