A chilling new publication from the artist who brought us Tulsa, Teenage Lust, and Kids. Larry Clark once again focuses on the issue of male youth in contemporary culture, this time using selected video clips rather than film or photo- graphs. Clark leads us on a disturbing but seductive text-free journey via the fresh and yet troubled faces of four teenage boys; one young man describes killing his abusive father, while another recounts an affair with an older woman. However, in this book the actual story is not important. It’s the rapid-fire images that matter: no text, no sound, just the lingering images of a moment in time.