Kids director Larry Clark has released the trailer for his new independent film, Marfa Girl. The film, released next month, appears to be a return to form, looking at themes of youthful angst and what looks like more than a little sex, drugs and bad decisions.
Since his directorial success with 90s cult classic Kids and Ken Park, Clark has been busy teaming up with J.W Anderson on creative projects like their The Smell of Us book. Now he’s back to lend his photographic eye to the big screen. You can watch the trailer below, and the film is set to be released with Breaking Glass Pictures on Nov 2.
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