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Southern Discomfort

A new monograph chronicles the singular, profane, often disturbing vision of America’s oldest enfant terrible


HARMONY KORINE FOUND HIS spiritual home when his family moved from a California commune to Nashville, Tennessee, in the early ’80s. Sol, his father, made documentaries for PBS and would take his son along on trips to the small towns, carnivals and backwoods of the Deep South, capturing an array of vivid characters—“goldfish swallowers, moonshiners, kids who ride bulls”, as Korine once described them. “I always liked that crazy part of America the most”, he said, “where things are seething, everything is incongruous, it seems anything can happen.”

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