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Sarah Ward over 5 years ago
An interesting experiment, I'll give it that, but not watchable on any coherent level.
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Jake Barlow over 8 years ago
Julien Donkey-Boy is a 1999 independent drama film written and directed by Harmony Korine. The screenplay concentrates on the schizophrenic Julien, played by Scottish actor Ewen Bremner, and his dysfunctional family. The film also stars Chloe Sevigny as Julien's sister, Pearl, and Werner Herzog as his father. Julien Donkey-Boy is the sixth film to be made under the self-imposed rules of the "Dogme 95" manifesto, and the first non-European film to be made under the Dogme 95 "vow of chastity". The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival in September 1999, and received a limited release in Los Angeles at a single cinema on October 15, 1999; the film showed for a month's time at the Los Angeles theater, and grossed a total of $80,226 by that November. It was, however, given a wide theatrical release in European countries the following year, particularly in France and the Netherlands. Julien Donkey-Boy utilizes unusual cinematographic styles, including stop-motion photography, parallel...
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