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Watch: Full Omnibus 'The Fourth Dimension' Featuring Harmony Korine & Val Kilmer's 'Lotus Community Workshop'

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist October 18, 2012 at 8:55AM

There's not much you need to know about the omnibus "The Fourth Dimension" except that it features a short directed by Harmony Korine, and starring Val Kilmer as a motivation speaker who has awesome secrets. And while it might seem like the kind of film that would have to finish doing the festival rounds, then get picked up by an obscure indie outlet before it begins to play a year later, once a week, at your local arthouse, the folks at Vice Films seem to have circumvented that route.
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Fourth Dimension, Val Kilmer

There's not much you need to know about the omnibus "The Fourth Dimension" except that it features a short directed by Harmony Korine, and starring Val Kilmer as a motivation speaker who has awesome secrets. And while it might seem like the kind of film that would have to finish doing the festival rounds, then get picked up by an obscure indie outlet before it begins to play a year later, once a week, at your local arthouse, the folks at Vice Films seem to have circumvented that route.

They've gone ahead and dropped the full "The Fourth Dimension" online for your viewing pleasure, so you might want to bookmark this for later when you're at home. And in case you're wondering, Korine's short leads things off if you don't really care about the other entries by Alexey Fedorchenko and Jan Kwiecinski. Though in our review of the film(s) out of the San Francisco International Film Festival earlier this year, we noted that they are all pretty solid, and feature some great performances. And hell, it's free, so might as well give something new a shot.

Check out "The Fourth Dimension" below.

This article is related to: Harmony Korine, Val Kilmer, Lotus Community Workshop, The Fourth Dimension


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