There’s a weariness about Harmony Korine as he stands against a urinal in the Soho Grand Hotel. I suggest to him that we have the interview out in the garden since the hotel's lounge is as hot as a proofing oven. He straightens himself up, says, “Fine, man, whatever.” Life for Korine has been swirling downward after Julien Donkey-boy came out in 1999. After the meltdown he walked away from ... more >
"I need to believe in something to get through the day. That’s my own thing"