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Ken Park 2002

It's about several Californian skateboarder's life and relationships with and without their parents...

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Solar rating: 6.5


Imdb rating: 5.9



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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