[DOCUMENTARY] Watch Larry Clark Talk About His 1995 Cinematic Debut "Kids" To Celebrate the Film’s 20th Anniversary

"Jesus Christ, what happened," the last lines of the movie summed up an entire decade of existential sloth and societal angst. This year marks the 20th anniversary of Larry Clark’s debut film, KIDS, the portrayal of NYC youth’s escapades in the early 90’s. Some were offended by the raw and anarchic world Larry Clark documented, for those that weren’t, the film became an important document of the time, place and culture. Through photographing skaters in NYC, Larry Clark came to meet the film’s writer, Harmony Korine and star, Leo Fitzpatrick. The rest of the cast was pieced together with a variety of downtown New York characters including original Supreme team riders Justin Pierce and Harold Hunter. It is a testament to KIDS cultural impact that it resonates today just as much as it did in 1995. To commemorate the 20th anniversary, Supreme releases a collection of items featuring stills from the iconic film KIDS. Also, a short documentary by William Strobeck. Watch the documentary above. The capsule collection will be released today on the Supreme New York website.