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An eight year hiatus is a long time for a filmmaker, especially for someone as iconic in indie film as Harmony Korine.

His last project was the little seen “Julien Donkey-Boy,”(1999) made when he was 26 and which gave him the distinction of being the first American director to work under the Dogme 95 Manifesto (an avant-garde filmmaking movement launched by Sweden’s Lars Von Trier).

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