A black girl and an Asian girl huddle anxiously on the corner a few yards away, checking her out. Chloe looks up, wrapping her arms tight around herself in an instinctive gesture of protection, as if to reduce the exposed surface area of her body even as she manages a smile that is shy and skeptical and indulgent all at the same time. Chloe giggles with relief. She looks down at her jellies—transparent plastic sandals. And the two girls standing on the sidewalk in their big black Doc Martens want to follow her. Chloe tries to remember where she got the sandals. Something Something. The girls thank her and practically run up the street.
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Kids is a American coming-of-age drama exploitation film directed by Larry Clark and written by Harmony Korine. Primarily set during the course of one day, Fitzpatrick, Pierce, Sevigny, Dawson, and other newcomers portray a group of teenagers in New York City with hedonistic behavior toward sex and drugs during the mids. The film generated a massive controversy upon its release in and caused much public debate over its artistic merit. The film begins when a boy named Telly and an unnamed year-old girl are making out on a bed. With no adults around, Telly, who is a few years older, persuades the girl, who is a virgin, to have sex with him. Afterwards, he meets with his best friend, Casper, and they talk about his sexual experience. Telly has taken to only having sex with virgins. They go inside a local store, where Casper shoplifts a 40 oz. Looking for drugs, food, and a place to hang out, they head to their friend Paul's apartment, though they express dislike of him on the way there. They arrive at Paul's house, join the other boys in boasting about their sexual prowess as well as their nonchalant attitudes to both unprotected sex and diseases , and smoke marijuana while watching a skating video.
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By Sean O'grady For Mailonline. Chloe Sevigny looked on cloud nine as she shared a passionate kiss with new gallery director boyfriend Sinisa Mackovic on a park bench in New York City on Sunday. The actress, 44, appeared to be enjoying a romantic day out with her man, with the pair wrapping their arms around one another and Chloe resting her head on his shoulder. Holding hands, the couple appeared in high spirits before they locked lips. The actress was sporting a newly cropped hairdo, having recently been seen with longer locks at the premiere of her film The Dead Don't Die in June.
The mummy-to-be enjoyed a lavish babymoon in Turks and Caicos and shared a first glimpse at her growing baby bump as she prepares to welcome first child. Chloe Sevigny looked ready to pop as she posed for a babymoon snap in Turks and Caicos which she shared to her Instagram account on Thursday evening. The mummy-to-be, 45, looked glowing as she showed off her blossoming baby bump as she prepares to welcome her first child with boyfriend Sinisa Mackovic. The Oscar-nominated actress looked blissfully happy as she flaunted her baby bump in a tiny white bikini and posed on a luxurious beach with the golden sand and waves as a stunning backdrop. The Big Love actress flaunted her incredible pregnancy glow as she struck a dramatic bikini pose and shot a sultry smile to her hunky beau behind the camera. Deciding to document her pregnancy journey, Chloe shared the gorgeous snap with her K followers and marked the first look at her growing baby bump.