I edited Harmony Korine's "Spring Breakers", along with Doug Crise. The film premiered at the Venice and Toronto film festivals.
Here are some reactions from the press:
"The loopy, music-video-like editing alone is sublime. The script is unthinking genius. As for the plot, the plottiest plot yet seen in Korine's practice, it is anarchocapitalism on speed."
- The Globe and Mail
"Spring Breakers unfolds as a fever dream of teenage kicks, a high-concept heist movie with mescal in the fuel tank. The director monkeys with the plot and kicks away the signposts. He loops the dialogue and drags a dilated, ecstatic camera-lens across honeyed flesh and painted nails. The result is his most fully realised, purely satisfying feature film since Gummo..."
- The Guardian
"The director's biggest production to date is a glorious act of subversion on multiple levels."