How does Harmony Korine's analysis of Nietzsche's Nihilism, through 'Gummo' and 'Julien-Donkey Boy', succeed in illustrating the illusion of liberation in the '90s of America?
(2017) How does Harmony Korine's analysis of Nietzsche's Nihilism, through 'Gummo' and 'Julien-Donkey Boy', succeed in illustrating the illusion of liberation in the '90s of America?, no. 58.
This analytical study incorporates distinctions and connections between Harmony Korine, Nietzsche's nihilism, European Cinema influences, and his Western connection to cinema. The use of qualitative research methods has incorporated a range of secondary sources; within links to form, socio-political movement, and ideological rejections within postmodern cinema. The incorporate the Brechtian method of mode of capture; is significant in order to link Korine's style to European institutions, in order to explore the vast spectrum of expressive techniques: through 'The Cinema of Poetry' and the 'Cinema of Irony.' In order to demonstrate the semiotic translation of Korine's methods, and influences, within the ideologically refined nature of contemporary American cinema. In order to illustrate the philosophical interconnections with Korine and the cross-global postmodern, a range of film comparatives will be highlighted in association with the secondary source - in order to apply the changing interpretations of Nietzschean theory within postmodern cinema, and how this frames Korine's ideological analysis of America.