Larry Clark's Kids was a film of cataclysmic proportions, exposing the world to a non-cliche legion of stigmas. Twenty years have passed since it arrived in theaters, yet because of the film's gripping and undisguised storyline, its impact still lingers. To celebrate the film's 20th anniversary, The New York Times delves into how the controversial piece catapulted many of those involved - including Rosario Dawson and Chloë Sevigny - to new heights, dark places or eventual stardom. In the article, you'll get to read about each actor's most memorable scene, as well as how they found themselves in a position to star in one of the defining movies of our generation.
To view the piece in its entirety be sure to visit The New York Times.