While omnibus films seem to be as popular as any type of picture these days, one that has definitely gotten the attention of cinephiles happens to be a film entitled The Fourth Dimension.
Featuring a short helmed by Harmony Korine and starring Val Kilmer, the film garnered a massive amount of attention when it was revealed that the pair were combining their crazy and working on a new project, and an equal amount of praise out of the San Francisco International Film Festival. Including shorts by the likes of Jan Kwiecinski and Alexey Fedorchenko, the film has finally hit the masses.
Vice Films has simply tossed the film on YouTube. That’s right, available now for free online, you can watch the omnibus picture in all of its glory. I haven’t had a chance to see it yet, but it’s definitely tops on my list, given that this writer firmly believes that Korine may be this generation’s most intriguing American director. I say this generation, because his films are so firmly embedded within the psyche of this generation, and it’s thrilling to see a director tap into something like that with such deftness. Check it out below.
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