Director: Harmony Korine Cast: Jacob Reynolds, Nick Sutton, Jacob Sewell

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A day in the life of some strange and disturbing teenagers is the basis for the film Gummo. This 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer appears to be very solid featuring well-saturated black levels and sharp, detailed colors. Aside of a small amount of edge enhancement, this is a very nice-looking picture. The audio is presented in Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround in English. While this sound mix may not be very directional or bombastic, overall the dialogue, effects, and music are clear of any excessive hiss or distortion. Also included on this disc are some English subtitles. The extra features on Gummo include a very bizarre animated photo gallery (with commentary by director Harmony Korine), as well as a few cast and crew filmographies.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/20/2001
UPC: 0794043523625
Original Release: 1997
Rating: R
Source: New Line Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [stereo]
Time: 1:35:00

Special Features

Animated photo gallery with audio commentary by director Harmony Korine; cast and crew filmographies

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jacob Reynolds Solomon
Nick Sutton Tummler
Jacob Sewell Bunny Boy
Darby Dougherty Darby
Chloë Sevigny Dot
Carisa Bara Helen
Linda Manz Solomon's Mom
Max Perlich Cole

Technical Credits
Harmony Korine Director,Screenwriter
Steven Borne Sound/Sound Designer
Stephen Chin Executive Producer
David Doernberg Production Designer
Jean-Yves Escoffier Cinematographer
Randy Fletcher Asst. Director
Scott Macaulay Co-producer
Robin O'Hara Co-producer
Randall Poster Musical Direction/Supervision
Lyn Richmond Casting
Chloë Sevigny Costumes/Costume Designer
Amy Beth Silver Art Director
Christopher Tellefsen Editor
Mia Thoen Makeup
Ruth Vitale Executive Producer
Cary Woods Producer
Melissa Zaroff Sound Editor

Scene Index

Side #1
0. Scene Selections
1. Main Title [4:03]
2. Meet Tummler [3:28]
3. Beauty Secrets [4:40]
4. Jehovah Witnesses [2:23]
5. "I Was About Four Years Old..." [1:08]
6. Cats by the Pound [1:45]
7. Cat Tales [1:46]
8. Into the Woods [3:08]
9. Kill the Rabbit [2:26]
10. A.d.d. [2:54]
11. Hug Me [3:02]
12. Jarrod Wiggley [2:45]
13. Cherry Pie [5:06]
14. Passing Time [3:51]
15. Working Out [3:41]
16. The Albino [1:20]
17. Party Man [:39]
18. Around Town [1:34]
19. Family Matters [2:22]
20. David and Goliath [5:41]
21. Beauty and Illusions [4:34]
22. Entering and Breaking [5:34]
23. A Doll's House [5:22]
24. Lost Cat! [4:16]
25. Bath Time [4:39]
26. Crying [2:57]
27. End Credits [3:45]

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Gummo 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this movie. It had no real plot but it was about a couple of kids just hanging out with lots of time on their hands. Bunny Boy is the best character, he shows passion and comedy without being to stuck up. He is also really really hot!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the freakiest film I've seen in years. I haven't watched it for a while, but I have vivid memories of the whacked out, amoral characters and their white bread pallor. Seeing a bunch of drunk guys wrestling a chair for fun, watching someone sell dead cats for glue, and listening to the great's like the times in the summer as a kid when you knew you were doing wrong...but it was too much fun to care. A long heat hazy, fly buzzing ride through a damaged and bizzare community, this is an essential film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
fantastic movie...very original.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago