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When Harmony Korine was 19, he wrote the screenplay for Kids, a movie that would launch the careers of some of today’s biggest stars. But Korine’s road to success was not an easy one. As a teenager, he was expelled from several schools and spent time in juvenile detention. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at Korine’s life and career and explore what makes him one of the most unique voices in American cinema.

Here are the deepest Music, Films, Feelings, Liked quotes from Harmony Korine, and much more.


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About Harmony Korine

birth of the author

January 4, 1973

occupation of the author

Film Director, Producer, Screenwriter, Actor, Author, Photographer, Artist, Skateboarder


I’ve never been into alternative, hipster rap music. โ€” Harmony Korine

I don’t listen to music made by white people. I especially hate anything where a guitar is used. I don’t listen to white people and guitars. โ€” Harmony Korine

Rap is the only interesting music leftโ€“it’s the only genre that’s still pushing itself, and experimenting in a way that I find exciting. โ€” Harmony Korine

You can still make music that people love, but there won’t be more innovation. I started listening to electronic music a long time ago. But mostly I listen to rap. I think rap is the most interesting. โ€” Harmony Korine

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I’ve just always liked watching people dance. I can’t explain it. It used to just make me laugh. โ€” Harmony Korine

I’ve always liked street lights, and I’ve always photographed them. I probably have a collection of two to three thousand photographs of them, just around the city, mainly at night. โ€” Harmony Korine

I never liked socially conscious rap. I like rap that’s physical, that’s about a beat and bass and repetition. โ€” Harmony Korine

I’ve just always liked watching people dance. I can’t explain it. It used to just make me laugh. Sometimes you can tell a lot about a person by the way they shake their ass. โ€” Harmony Korine


I do have friends who make movies, but for the most part, I never really wanted to feel like I was part of an industry. โ€” Harmony Korine

When I’m directing films, I mostly try to create an environment on set that mimics what’s in my mind as to the tone and feel of things. I try to create a place where you feel that anything’s possible. โ€” Harmony Korine

I never feel like there’s any one point to the film, to anything, to any of the movies I’ve made. โ€” Harmony Korine

I never really feel wrong while making movies. I know myself, and I know that my intentions are pure and I’m on the side of righteousness. โ€” Harmony Korine

I just haven’t let myself get to a place where I’ve felt a part of any kind of a community, so I’ve always stayed outside of it. โ€” Harmony Korine

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I always try to make films in such a way that it’s hard to imagine how they came to be, or where they came from. โ€” Harmony Korine

I don’t make movies for the same reason that a lot of people do. I make films because I need to see them exist in a very specific way. โ€” Harmony Korine

When I was a kid, I loved Nicholas brothers films. It was like skateboarding. Even Gene Kelly: I always preferred him to Fred Astaire, just because he was more athletic, like skateboarding. โ€” Harmony Korine

What I remember myself from films, and what I love about films, is specific scenes and characters. โ€” Harmony Korine

I’d always heard stories about how Harpo Marx was the most talkative of the Marx brothers. I found it interesting that someone you never got to hear speak in films would never not speak in real life. โ€” Harmony Korine

For certain things, certain audiences, people will laugh. And in other places, there’s dead silence. And I enjoy them both. You try to make films where it’s never one wayโ€“like life. โ€” Harmony Korine

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