This is a pretty straightforward story, but not a straightforward film. Harmony Korine is an unquestionably stylish filmmaker – but there is a question of whether or not you enjoy that style. Conversations don’t happen here. For the most part, there will be a set-up for a long monologue by one character that is then used as a voice-over to a montage of other images of scenes (sometimes flashbacks). I have no doubts that some will enjoy this, but it sacrificed the one thing I find most central to a good film – character. The best scene in the film, the first robbery, is actually shot in a consistent way that is out of character for the rest of the movie and just lets you see how this could have been interesting if told in a normal way. So many images and monologues are repeated that I wonder if on the whole, there was only 45 minutes of film actually produced.