Gummo

Gummo is a dystopian art movie written and directed by Harmony Korine. The film premiered at the 24th Telluride Film Festival in 1997 and won the KNF Award for the best feature film. It starred Jacob Reynolds, Nick Sutton, and Jacob Sewell.


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Age rating:
R (Restricted)
Icon Director
Director:
Harmony Korine
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Duration:
1h 19m
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Release date:
1997-10-17

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Stars:
Linda Manz,Max Perlich,Jacob Reynolds,Chloë Sevigny,Jacob Sewell,Nick Sutton

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    Anonymous
    June 18, 2018
    "Gummo didn't do well in the box-office because of it didn't have a large theatrical release. The film was weird and bold in general but it was technically a good movie. In my opinion, this is one of Harmony Korine's best movies. That said, I had a difficult time looking for a copy of this movie and I wanna thank this website for pointing me to the right direction."
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