People need to know how it is before they can do anything about it. I'd do it anytime to her myself. In short, because Clark only cares about the actions and not the issues, his films are as vacant as his characters' minds. As a film director, acclaimed photographer Larry Clark likes to brighten the silver screen with the same explicit views of taboo sex, violence, and negative diversions among disaffected youth that motivated and beguiled the screwy doper kids of his most famous still pictures. I haven't really made up my mind about this film yet. You know, eating crappy food in their backwater town… you know, talking about oral surgery and… wait, what? I read a interview with Tiffany Limos it was titled something like "Ken park 5 years later" google it up if you want to find it where she mentioned something to likeness of being offered to actually have sex in the threesome scene but turned it down.
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Kong thought it was far more didactic than any of the films shown in sex-ed. Well, he might be a pervert, but it certainly doesn't seem to be a pedophile. I've no quarrels with movies that implicate the audience, don't get me wrong. Perhaps not intentional but give the film free press. Yeah how DARE people not want to see unsimulated oral sex between an adult and a minor as opposed to a fake suicide that had no impact on the movie whatsoever and only lasted for 10 seconds? You're right though, a lot of that stuff is in there, but it's practically impossible to not have those things in those kinds of films.
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The guidelines in respect to an X rating, however, are very strict in respect to what other material the film may contain. Yeah how DARE people not want to see unsimulated oral sex between an adult and a minor as opposed to a fake suicide that had no impact on the movie whatsoever and only lasted for 10 seconds? I don't know why you brought that up. If Spacey's character had in fact had sex with that girl, and in a pretty graphic way too, would that have changed your opinion about the film? So just a second ago Clark was critical of censorship, and now he seems to be critical of whats being put on the television? I'm a cat lover, and seeing cats being drowned did not sit well with me. Actually, my criticism about Ken Park has nothing to do with what goes on on the screen but with the fact that it is not fake!
But at least he's honest about it. If he was in fact a pedophile, don't you think he would let an actor of his own age have sex with a young girl on the screen to let the actor represent himself and his pedophilian fantasies? Spike Lee is one of the very few I can think of even if he works in a completely different way than Clark. Certainly some scenes in Ken Park are arousing if you aren't so prudish as to be repelled by them, and it's hard to say whether the movie's more titillating, disturbing, or amusing: They were like 18 or 19, and so immature. There are some obvious actors, including Amanda Plummer and Wade Williams as Claude's parents, but there are many semi- or non-actors and so much unsweetened badness that it looks unusually real.