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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 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 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 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 party and rushes to confront him, although she may be too late to save the next virgin in line from sharing her fate.
Título Original: Kids
Tempo de Duração: 96 minutos
Ano de Lançamento (EUA): 1995
Estúdio: Miramax Films / Independent Pictures / Excalibur Films / Guys Upstairs / Kids NY Limited
Distribuição: Miramax Films
Direção: Larry Clark
Argumento: Harmony Korine, baseado na história de Larry Clark, Leo Fitzpatrick e Jim Lewis
Produção: Cary Woods