We sit down with the loose cannon of independent American cinema, Larry Clark. The filmmaker and photographer was in Paris for an exceptional sale of his candid, spontaneous shots at the Rue André gallery. Prints that are reminiscent of his 1971 photography book “Tulsa” which has since become a collector’s item.
Clark has troubled mainstream America for more than twenty years, with films like “Bully”, “Ken Park” and the ground-breaking “Kids”. He tells us about unveiling the true world of teenage sub-cultures and how photography became his weapon of choice.