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Poster for Snowballs, a short film by Harmony Korine for Proenza Schouler

Tomorrow, the highly anticipated second short film by Harmony Korine for the Proenza Schouler will be available for your viewing pleasure. The 4 minute flick will present Proenza's Fall 2011 collection.  It's a follow-up, if you will, to Act Da Fool, the first collaboration between the fashion mogul and filmmaker extraordinaire. Korine is best known for writing cult films like Kids, Gummo, and Mister Lonely. Perhaps you remember his super-real 90's short, Rebel that featured James Franco and many young children riding around on bikes to the acoustics stylings of Biggie's Dead Wrong? Hit that link to refresh your memory.

As far as Snowballs go, will Santa wear a beater and wave Wonderbread in front of the camera like he did in Act Da Fool? We don't know. But what we can speculate from the title and posters released for the film is that the heroine will be an awe-struck Native American princess who will likely become extremely confused and distraught at the spectacle of frozen water-balls.

Check out Snowballs tomorrow here. See the full poster for Snowballs below. And watch Harmony Korine x Proenza Schouler's Act Da Fool here.

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5 Responses to “Proenza Schouler Snowballs”

  1. Kate Kate says:

    Stoked for this!

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  4. America 1776 says:

    The so-called “proenza-schouler” is a bankrupt antiAmerican toilet-peddler that America doesn’t buy. What’s a “Native American princess”? America has never had those. Martha Washington kicked all the brit-jew queenie bastards out of America and America is doing it again RIGHT NOW, so why fabricate a history and culture for America that never existed when even you perceive in your undeveloped monkey skulls that you will lose, as you surely perceive that you have always lost.

  5. Dana says:

    America, you’ve stumped me again.

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