KidsA day in the life of a group of teens as they travel around New York City skating, drinking, smoking, and deflowering virgins.Genre: DramaCountry: United StatesDuration: 91 minQuality: SDRelease: 1995IMDb: 7.1
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Directors of "Kids"Larry ClarkBirthdate: 19 January 1943, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Creators of "Kids"Harmony KorineBirthdate: 4 January 1973, Bolinas, California, USA
Critic Reviews of "Kids"New York TimesMay 20, 2003
Frightening, frank and serious, a wake-up call to the world.San Francisco ChronicleJune 18, 2002
None of the advance hype on Kids can prepare you for the raw, stripped-down reality that Larry Clark captures in his astonishing first film.Chicago Sun-TimesJanuary 01, 2000
Kids is the kind of movie that needs to be talked about afterward.Washington PostJanuary 01, 2000
Ostensibly about the banality of youthful evil, Kids is simply about its own banality.Washington PostJanuary 01, 2000
Kids, a disturbingly voyeuristic look at adolescent promiscuity, is virtually child pornography disguised as a cautionary documentary.ReelViewsJanuary 01, 2000
Kids shows what transpires when children are set adrift in a heartless world, and warns us what happens -- and is already happening -- in the absence of love and guidance.Cinema CrazedJune 25, 2015
Exploitative, gross, and despicable...Old School ReviewsMay 12, 2011
There really are some kids who think like this, and these are the kids who should see this filmColeSmithey.comOctober 13, 2007
Pedophilia, pedophilia, pedophilia.eFilmCritic.comAugust 04, 2007
The first-time director, Larry Clark, is rather like his protagonist: He comes on to you, has his rough way with you, and leaves you feeling empty and violated.Film ThreatJuly 16, 2007
One of Larry Clark's infamous "Kids are Evil Monsters" movies, Clark tells very little, and shows too much with an art illusion.EmanuelLevy.ComDecember 19, 2006
In its candid and bold approach, Larry Clarke's controversial film dwarfs all of Hollywood's youth movies, crossing new boundaries in its portrayal of sex and drugs; for a change, real teenagers, not actors in their 20s, play the roles.
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