By Wang Q.H., Zhu L.X.
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14 harmony korine: interviews HK: You know, that’s a good question. (laughs) No, I’m being dead serious. I could not tell you one way or the other. The last time I was on, I was bumped. In hindsight, it was a good decision that they bumped me. For some reason, I wanted to go out there and do some damage. You could go out there and be horrible and that’s what you’re known for. It could’ve changed everything forever. EK: Going back to the aftermath of Kids . . HK: Kids was made for Larry. If he hadn’t asked me to write it, I probably wouldn’t have ever written it or made a movie like that.
Okay,” Harmony says, slipping on a jacket. ” He bops down the streets of SoHo, throwing a popper here (at a vendor), a popper there (at a pretty girl). His shoes are untied, laces flapping, and when you suggest that maybe he’ll trip, that he should tie them, Harmony replies, “I don’t know how to tie my shoes. ” Harmony throws a popper at a man selling incense. ” There’s a lot of stuff like that with Harmony. He’s his own work in progress; he’s making himself up—a bit of truth, a bit of fiction—as he goes along.
I used to write for some skateboard company and I’d grown bored of it. They used to send me sponsored skateboards. I realized at some point I’d never be that great. I wanted to make films. I remember I had a package sent to my house around my sophomore year [of high school] and I just called all my friends and said, “Here, take everything I have, I’m not going to do it any more. ” I gave everything away. 8 harmony korine: interviews EK: So the story of Clark discovering you “skateboarding in the park” isn’t entirely true .