The first American film to be made under the Dogme 95 banner (Korine used dozens of lightweight DV cameras to shoot it) this eagerly-awaited follow-up to the controversial Gummo
is less gratuitously shocking and more mature, a jazzy, free-association cine-poem about a dysfunctional family headed by stern disciplinarian Werner Herzog. "Enfant terrible
Korine ... is still the most exciting talent in American cinema." - Time Out.