NationalityUSA Birth 4 january 1973 (51 years) at Bolinas (USA)
Harmony Korine (born January 4, 1973) is an American film director, producer, screenwriter, author and occasional actor. He is best known for writing Kids and for directing Spring Breakers, Gummo, Julien Donkey-Boy and Mister Lonely. His film Trash Humpers premiered at Toronto International Film Festival and won the main prize, the DOX Award, at CPH:DOX in November 2009. His film Spring Breakers was released in 2013.
Né à Bolinas le 4 janvier 1973, il grandit à Nashville. Il rencontre Larry Clark pour qui il écrit le scénario de Kids. En 1997, il réalise son premier long métrage Gummo. Il est l'auteur des paroles de la chanson de Björk Harm of Will sur l'album Vespertine (2001).
, 1h37 Directed byDavid Gordon Green OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy ActorsAl Pacino, Holly Hunter, Chris Messina, Harmony Korine Roles Gary Rating54% A.J. Manglehorn is a reclusive Texas key-maker who spends his days caring for his cat, finding comfort in his work and lamenting a long lost love. Enter kind-hearted bank teller Dawn whose interest in the eccentric Manglehorn may just be able to draw him out of his shell.
, 1h37 Directed byGus Van Sant OriginUSA GenresDrama, Musical ThemesL'adolescence, Films about children, Films about music and musicians, Films about sexuality, Films about suicide, LGBT-related films, Musical films ActorsMichael Pitt, Lukas Haas, Asia Argento, Scott Patrick Green, Ricky Jay, Rodrigo Lopresti Roles Guy in Club Rating56% Grunge rocker Blake escapes rehab and walks home through a long forest, also swimming through a lake then lighting a fire for the night. The next day, he gets home and changes his clothes. He walks around in the house with a shotgun pointing it at his sleeping roommates Scott, Luke, Asia, and Nicole. He is greeted by Yellow Pages representative Thadeus A Thomas who talks to him about placing an ad in the upcoming book. He receives a phone call from his record company telling him that he and his band (Which also has Scott and Luke) have to do another tour and they have to make those dates. He goes upstairs and falls asleep on the floor in one of the rooms. Asia now waking up finds him asleep and two boys at the door. Scott and Luke answer the door and the two boys are there to talk to them about their church down the street. Blake changes into different clothes and leaves the house going to the shed outside as the christian boys leave.
, 2h6 Directed byGus Van Sant OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy-drama, Romance ThemesFilms about education, Films about children, Medical-themed films, Films about mathematics, Psychologie, Films about psychiatry, Psychanalyse ActorsMatt Damon, Robin Williams, Minnie Driver, Ben Affleck, Stellan Skarsgård, Casey Affleck Roles Hervé (uncredited) Rating81% Twenty-year-old Will Hunting (Damon) of South Boston is a self-taught, genius-level intellect with an eidetic memory, though he works simply as a janitor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and spends his free time drinking with his friends, Chuckie (Affleck), Billy (Cole Hauser) and Morgan (Casey Affleck). When Professor Gerald Lambeau (Skarsgård) posts a difficult problem taken from algebraic graph theory as a challenge for his graduate students, Will solves the problem anonymously, stunning both the graduate students and Lambeau himself. As a challenge to the unknown genius, Lambeau posts an even more difficult problem and chances upon Will solving it. Fearing he will lose his sole means of (a meager) income, Will flees and skips going into work the next day. That night, Will meets Skylar (Driver), a British orphan about to graduate from Harvard, who plans on attending medical school at Stanford.