Fight Harm

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Fight Harm
Fight Harm.jpg
Directed by Harmony Korine
Written by Harmony Korine
Starring Harmony Korine
Cinematography David Blaine
Country United States
Language English

Fight Harm is an abandoned project by Harmony Korine filmed in 1999. The premise was to verbally provoke passers-by into a fight. The rules were Korine couldn't throw the first punch and the person confronted had to be bigger than Korine.[1] To Korine, Fight Harm was high-comedy reminiscent of Buster Keaton. "I wanted to push humour to extreme limits to demonstrate that there's a tragic component in everything."[2] Filmed in New York, the project was abandoned following the injuries Korine received while shooting.[3]


  1. ^ Heimlich, Adam. 1999-09-29. "Staying Hungry." Retrieved 2009-11-01.
  2. ^ Monetti, Domenico. 1997-09-07. "All Korine's Transgressions." Retrieved 2009-11-01.
  3. ^ "Fight Harm." Retrieved 2009-11-01.

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