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March 22, 2013 9:49 AM

Girls go wild in extreme ‘Spring Breakers’

Having been an enfant terrible for half his life, indie provocateur Harmony Korine knows his way around a youth-in-crisis movie. The 40-year-old filmmaker broke out in 1995 with his controversial screenplay for “Kids,” an amoral, crudely sensational account of underage sex and drug abuse by teen New York City street gangs. After multiple microscopic art-house experiments he’s back in your face and at your throat with a juvenile-delinquent story that can stand alongside “Pixote,” “River’s Edge” and “13.”

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