The Fourth Dimension (film)

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Not to be confused with The 4th Dimension, a 2008 film
The Fourth Dimension
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Directed by Harmony Korine
Aleksei Fedorchenko
Jan Kwiecinski
Produced by Eddy Moretti
Starring Val Kilmer
Rachel Korine
Music by Val Kilmer
Nick Zinner
Cinematography Christopher Blauvelt
Production
company
Release dates
Running time
105 min
Country USA, Poland, Russia
Language English

The Fourth Dimension is a 2012 independent film composed of three segments all created by different directors. In 2013 VICE Films worked with Grolsch Films Works to produce the film, which starred Val Kilmer and Rachel Korine.[1]

Segment synopsis[edit]

VICE's Eddy Moretti asked directors Harmony Korine (US), Aleksei Fedorchenko (Russia) and Jan Kwiecinski (Poland) to create the 30-minute segments, shooting in their native countries while exploring the idea of a "fourth dimension."[1] The Fourth Dimension is a collection of three standalone short films about parallel universes:

  • Aleksey Fedorchenko - "Chronoeye"
  • Harmony Korine - "Lotus Community Workshop"
  • Jan Kwiecinski - "Fawns"

Kilmer starred in Harmony Korine's short "The Lotus Community Workshop." He plays a version of himself from an alternate reality, that is a former actor, turned self-help guru.[2]

Characters[edit]

Production[edit]

It was produced by Vice Films in collaboration with Grolsch Film Works, a new division of the namesake beer company. Kilmer notes that his addition to the list of actors, including John Malkovich (Being John Malkovich) and Al Pacino (Jack and Jill), that mock their real-life persona in fictional movies, was an accident and says, “I still love saying the premise because it makes me laugh every time."[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Davies, Jessica (May 20, 2013). "Vice creates global premium video ecosystem for publishers and advertisers". The Drum. Retrieved 2013-08-19. 
  2. ^ a b Aftab, Kaleem (May 19, 2012). "Val Kilmer - The Hollywood bad boy done good". The Independent. 

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