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in Filmmaking
on Jun 20, 2006

Larry Clark’s Ken Park, from a script by Harmony Korine, is notoriously difficult to see in the States. According to Clark in this week’s Village Voice, that old nemesis, uncleared music rights, is the culprint. But for those who want to see the movie, Clark relays to writer Jessica Winter some consumer advice while he waits for the song situation to get worked out.

In the meantime, Clark directs interested parties to the Internet. “You can go on eBay and get the DVD. The Russian DVD is good, the French DVD is good, the Dutch DVD is good. But don’t get the Hong Kong DVD, because they pixelated all the nudity out.”

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