Though almost entirely scripted, Harmony Korine's film Gummo is defiantly non-traditional, employing a cast of occasionally grotesque non-actors in a cinematic montage that follows no clear narrative guidelines. The 23-year-old Kids screenwriter's feature directorial debut purports to depict some of the more impoverished residents of Xenia, OH, a town demolished by a tornado in the 1970s. But any pretense to documentary accuracy begins to fall apart when one realizes that Gummo was actually ...

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