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Kids offers a bleak, unblinking view of a group of vacuous, thoughtless New York City teens in their ceaseless quest for sex, drugs, and trouble. The film primarily follows Telly Leo Fitzpatrick, who, having just realized the conquest of his latest virgin, brags that by day's end he will claim one more. While he and his friends brag to each other about their sexual exploits, Jenny Chloë Sevigny describes her own less-than-romantic encounter with Telly. Soon after the conversation, she learns that Telly, the only ...
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Kids offers a bleak, unblinking view of a group of vacuous, thoughtless New York City teens in their ceaseless quest for sex, drugs, and trouble. The film primarily follows Telly Leo Fitzpatrick, who, having just realized the conquest of his latest virgin, brags that by day's end he will claim one more. While he and his friends brag to each other about their sexual exploits, Jenny Chloë Sevigny describes her own less-than-romantic encounter with Telly. Soon after the conversation, she learns that Telly, the only boy with whom she has slept, has infected her with the AIDS virus. Devastated, she sets out to find him and share the news. Meanwhile, Telly has set his sights on Darcy Yakira Peguero, a lovely young girl whom he invites for a skinny dip at the local pool. Together with his friends, Telly drags Darcy along, and the entire crew jump the fence after hours. There he presents his now-familiar spiel which Darcy naïvely accepts, and the scene is set for disaster as the group heads back to a vacant apartment for an evening of sex, booze, drugs, and debauchery. Jenny finally locates Telly at the impromptu party and rushes to confront him, although she may be too late to save the next virgin in line from sharing her fate.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/27/1997
  • UPC: 031398631132
  • Original Release: 1995
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  • Source: VIDMARK / TRIMARK
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Leo Fitzpatrick Telly
Justin Pierce Casper
Chloë Sevigny Jenny
Sarah Henderson Girl #1
Rosario Dawson Ruby
Harold Hunter Harold
Jon Abrahams Steven
Lisa Acevedo Girl At Party
Joey Alvarez Joey
Rich Arbitelle Kid In Park
Raymond Batista Legless Man
Nuri Bell Kid In Park
Sajan Bhagat Paul
Peter Bici Kid In Park
Adriane Brown Little Girl
Christian Bruna Christian
John Carter Kid In Park
Joseph Chan Deli Owner
Ellsworth "Cisco" Davis Hoodlum
John Dean Kid In Park
Corina Deleon Girl At Party
Deborah Draper Ruby's Nurse
Giovanni Estevez Kid In Park
Priscilla Forsyth Diane
Francine Fuertes Jennie's Nurse
Alex Glen Alex
Carisa Glucksman Joy
Gillian Goldstein Linda
Jim Gordy Kid In Park
Karyn Grupski Kid In Park
Hamilton Harris Hamilton
Dr. Henry Rasta Drug Dealer
Mike Hernandez Kid In Park
Julie Ho Tamara
Ronald Hunter Kid in Park
Jason Iconstanti Kid From Jersey
Johanna Ignatov Singing Woman
Jam Kid In Park
Alexandra Karabell Kid From Jersey
Jonathan Staci Kim Korean Guy
Joseph Knopfelmacher Taxi Driver
Avi Koren Fidget
Jimmy Lalputan Kid In Park
Lila Lee Girl At Party
Darice Liguidi Kid From Jersey
Nick Lockman Nick
Michele Lockwood Kim
Louie Louie Kid in Park
Carl Ly-Min Security Guard
Lavar McBride Lavar
Regina Mei Girl At Party
Julia Mendoza Susan
Tony Morales "Jungle Fever" Couple
Amy Moy Girl At Party
Frank Natiello Kid In Park
Javier Nunez Javier
Luis Nunez Luis
Thierry Oddo Kid In Park
Jeff Pang Jeff
Medwin Pang Kid In Park
Eddie Peel Kid In Park
Yakira Peguero Darcy
John Perez Kid In Park
Daniel Phillips Kid In Park
Sidney Prawatyotin Sid
Atabey Rodriguez Misha
Scot Schwartz Bennie
Ryan Sikorski Kid In Park
Jamel "Redrum" Simmons Kid In Park
Jeff Simmons Kid In Park
Gerry Smith Gerry
Billy Solomon Dancing Boy
Christiana Stebe-Glorius Telly's Little Brother
Julie Stebe-Glorius Telly's Mom
Jamie Story Kid In Park
Billy Valdes Stanly
Zulaika Velazquez Gertie
Billy Waldeman Zack
Beth Weinstein Kid From Jersey
Alan Wise Accordion Player
Suzanne Wood Girl At Party
Walter Youngblood "Jungle Fever" Couple
Technical Credits
Larry Clark Director, Screenwriter
Eric Alan Edwards Cinematographer
Leo Fitzpatrick Screenwriter
Charles Hunt Musical Direction/Supervision
Cathy Konrad Co-producer
Harmony Korine Screenwriter
Jim Lewis Screenwriter
Jan Mclaughlin Musical Direction/Supervision
Michael Chambers Producer
Patrick Panzarella Executive Producer
Justin Pierce Producer
Randall Poster Musical Direction/Supervision
Christopher Tellefsen Editor
Kevin Thompson Production Designer
Christine Vachon Co-producer
Gus Van Sant Executive Producer
Tracy Warbin Makeup
Ford Wheeler Set Decoration/Design
Cary Woods Producer
Lauren Zalaznick Co-producer
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Average Rating 4.5
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    GREAT MOVIE

    this movie was really awesome! it showed u the life of two teenager boys as they make their way around the city, and Telly's quest for Darcy, a 13 year old virgin whom he has his eyes set on. Leo Fitzpatrick is phenomenal in his first acting role and as an unprofessional actor and plays the actoer of Telly so realitsicly and believing. A movie about a warning about the future of our teens!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    WOW WOW WOW

    I saw this movie about 9 years ago, when the movie ended I was left speechless. I just stared at the screen even after the credits finished rolling. This is a movie that all teens should sit and watch. Especially those that are living recklessly. They need to see from a different perspective other than their own what are the consequences of their actions. Parents are strongly recommended to watch this with thier teens.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Whoa!

    This movie takes you aback, not because of the graphic and sexual realism but also the sociopathy of the males in the film. As is to often the case in today's post-modern world, theses adolescents are frustrated, horny, and abysmally devoid of purpose. Larry Clark, unlike his other films, has a social conscience and it tells us teens "Wake up."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Wake-Up Call...

    I saw this movie when i was about that age, and i could not move at the end. this movie is absolutly groundbraking cinema of this generation. The most un-settling about this entire move is that it is so, so true to real life in the eyes of a suburban teen. I urge everyone to see this film.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Thought Provoking

    I first saw this movie in 96. Back then I was not much older than the charaters in the movie. The movie spawned many referances among my group of friends. This is a movie that at the end you sit there in quiet reflection as the credits roll.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Truth Hurts

    This movie is such a wake up Call to alot of people. As I was watching the Movie some part of me felt like wow, this is my life. I think that Parents should really just sit down and watch this movie with there kids and make them aware of things that happened. I think this movie should be placed in theaters world wide to make the children of American aware, I know if I would of seen this as a teen My life would just have gotten turned around.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    KIDS: A WAKE-UP CALL TO TEENS!!!

    I THINK THIS MOVIE WAS EXTREMELY SAD AS IT WAS TEACHING. I FELT SORRY FOR DARCY AND FOR JENNY. TELLY DID NOT EVEN KNOW HE HAD THIS VIRUS, AND WAS GOING AROUND INFECTING THESE VIRGIN GIRLS ONE BY ONE. WHAT WAS GOOD ABOUT IT WAS THAT JENNY WAS TRYING TO SAVE DARCY FROM SHARING HER FATE, BUT SADLY IT WAS TOO LATE.I THINK ALL TEENS SHOULD BE SAT DOWN BY THEIR PARENTS AND WATCH THIS MOVIE SO THEY WON'T SHARE THE FATE OF THE CHARACTERS IN THIS MOVIE...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This movie is awesome

    this movie is really based on truelife. I love all the scences and I can relate to a lot of them. I recommend that everyone go see this movie because this is how life is it's about time some one make a movie about true life and how KIDS really are. Larry Clark is the best and he makes awesome movies that have some meaning.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    KIDS

    KIDS has to be one of the greatest movies ever made. I could watch this movie just about every day. One scary aspect of this movie is the fact that this is just about how about half of the people i know live this way.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Disturbing but thought provoking...

    This film, like Clark¿s excellent `Bully¿ is a stark, brutal study of the direction of modern urban youth. Bored, vulnerable and directionless, the characters hide behind a thin mask of forced bravado, innuendo, alcohol and drugs. The utter meaninglessness of their lives is summed up in the assertion of Telly that there is nothing to his life but casual sex. Sadly, this will come to matter more than he realises as the main characters are to be faced with a brutal dose of reality. The film derives much of its force from the fact that the viewer can see the approach of impending disaster but can do nothing but watch it unfold. The characters are portrayed in a less-than-sympathetic light, the character of Telly being particularly loathsome. Yet despite this, they somehow gain our sympathy if only through their sheer naivety and vulnerability. We wonder who is really to blame for the mess they find themselves in. Perhaps, in posing as it does uncomfortable and awkward questions for society as a whole, we can see the real reason why this film has been dubbed `controversial¿.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Real life today

    This movie deals with real life today. A life that presents itself time and again to teens. A life of drugs, lust, ignorance and feelings of immortality. Being a teenager myself, I see this social commentary of this life as not only frightening, but extremely accurate while bringing the issues to the foreground at the same time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    What A Day

    If parents saw this movie they would probably try to lock there kids in the house all day eveyday....but this is true life. This movie is just showing how kids live there life day to day, like it was there last.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Kids: The hardcore version of the Wizard of Oz

    This film really focuses on what real life teens go through on a daily basis. I am personally a teen who has done alot of the things they do in this film. Everytime I watch this movie I have a good laugh and realized how screwed up this world is today.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    KIDS

    This movie was outstanding. Shows how kids really are to a day basis. Drugs,sex,fighting all day to day things that kids have to deal with. Kids is a movie that i just want to watch and smoke a joint to just to get more into the movie. Outstanding cast, too bad Justin Pierce killed himself, i loved Casper's role in the movie. casper the friendly cost.... Fitzpatrick, he hit off two virgins in one day, damnnnnn that sh@t should be illegal or something.... overall great movie....!!!!!

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    Posted February 19, 2009

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    Posted November 23, 2009

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    Posted July 13, 2009

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