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Ken Park 2002

Ken Park is about several Californian skateboarders' lives and relationships with and without their parents...

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If there ever was a film that was pointless and self-indulgent this is the one. Yes, it is shocking but only for shocking sake. This is porn dressed up as art and art it sure is not. I also felt it was exploitive and immoral as it didn't have any resolve or conclusion. Just the world is bad and everyone is self obsessed and board. There seems to be no love just existence. Everything happens and nothings happens. Do yourself a favour and give it a miss.
BAAAAAAD MOVIE
Larry Clark, a well-respected and controversial fine arts photographer, went on to become a film director, and directed 2 amazing movies about American youth culture rife with sex, drugs, and abusive situations: 'Kids' and 'Bully.' This movie continues to follow his patented formula of using non-professional teens in explicit scenes documenting the culture of self-destructive lower-to-middle class young folks, but sorry to say this movie just pales in comparison to those other 2 groundbreaking films. 6/10
uhh. WHAT? i desperately need a good movie with which to erase this one from my memory.
There's a movie named "Kids".. rings some bells.
This is a movie about morals in teenagers. The actors themselves are over 18 because of all the sex, nudity and full frontal erections and ejaculations. It's a very strange movie that does have a lot of shock value. The only thing I didn't like was that the story moved a bit slow for my taste. All and all it's not a bad film.
Lots of full frontal nudity and really, really, really explicit sex among a skateboarding group comprising what look to be teenagers and perverted parents. I doubt most folks would find it erotic. All that aside, it had some interesting characters that held my attention, but I wouldn't watch it again. Thanks to jimmyng for pointing it out to me.
Big on shock value - little to nothing on substance. Certain scenes look like an emotional/moral boot camp for actors. It's basically a drawn out after-school special from hell.

LOL, the movie poster is so..

omg how old are these kids.....

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