Anything that bears Harmony Korine‘s name can’t be “normal” by any reasonable standard, but this teaser for The Fourth Dimension — an anthology film he partially directed, alongside Alexey Fedorchenko and Jan Kwiecinski — put a strain on the eyebrows, if you know what I mean. The only things I could gather were something about Val Kilmer playing a motivational speaker, establishing a signal, and a group of friends hanging out.
Then I read the Tribeca Film Festival’s description, and… no, still can’t figure this thing out. Read it, anyway:
“A motivational speaker named Val Kilmer (played by Val Kilmer) delivers a sermon at a roller rink. A Russian scientist builds a time machine in his apartment. Four friends stumble upon an abandoned village in the Polish countryside. All are in search of the fourth dimension—whether they know it or not. Weird, ominous, cool, compelling: These three short films could only be inspired by the creative vision of Harmony Korine and Vice Media’s Eddy Moretti. In English, Polish, Russian with subtitles.”
If only out of pure curiosity, I’ll have to check this one out next month. In the meantime, watch the preview right below (via THR):
Can you even form a coherent thought on this trailer?
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