Gummo (1997) is the directing debut of Harmony Korine. It follows the lives of several poor, white-trash people in Xenia, Ohio, a town that years before was struck by a tornado. The movie lacks any kind of storyline or plot, and consists of loose vignettes in which we see the town's inhibitants pass the time in original, somtimes disturbing ways. It is often considered a cult classic.
Kids (1995) is the directing debut of Larry Clark, and was written by Harmony Korine. It follows a couple of kids throughout one day in their life, as they have sex, do drugs and skateboard through town. One of the girls learns she's HIV-positive and tries to find the boy she got it from, while he is on a mission to have sex with as many girls as possible.