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1,536 Ratings

Trash Humpers

Directed by Harmony Korine
United States, United Kingdom, 2009
Drama, Avant-Garde


A film unearthed from the buried landscape of the American nightmare, Trash Humpers follows a small group of elderly “Peeping Toms” through the shadows and margins of an unfamiliar world. The participants themselves, as true sociopaths, crudely document their debased and shocking actions.

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Trash Humpers Directed by Harmony Korine

Critics reviews

I could have chosen Korine’s Spring Breakers, his breakout, quasi-mainstream-yet-still-practically-experimental film, but I like this more obscure, underground, definitely experimental, shot-with-a-VHS-camera film of his even better. The crazy thing is, he actually makes an incoherent, grotesque tale of characters wearing old people masks emotionally affecting.
May 24, 2018
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At their most absurd peaks, Mister Lonely and Trash Humpers are a testament of the healing powers of surrealism, a reminder of the need to fashion alternative paths to those laid out for us.
March 26, 2018
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