By this standard, Harmony Korine's artistic talent is unquestionable.
At the age of 19, Korine wrote the screenplay for KIDS, a disturbing study of urban youth gone awry.
In 1997, he made his directorial debut with Gummo, relying on a heavy dose of trailer park nihilism set in Ohio.
Now he is back with a new film, Mister Lonely, made in collaboration with his brother.
The film tells the story of celebrity impersonators and nuns. Check a recent interview here.
"Sometimes, you can tell a lot about a person by the way they shake their ass."