Unrated | | Drama
A day in the life of a group of teens as they travel around New York City skating, drinking, smoking, and deflowering virgins.
The film was given an NC-17 rating in the United States, which caused controversy at Miramax Films, whose parent company is The Walt Disney Company. Disney forbids the release of films rated NC-17. Alarmed by this, Miramax heads Bob Weinstein and Harvey Weinstein came up with a... ...
You got any money?
Casper: Three pennies and a ball o' lint, kiiiddd.
When the crowd is attacking the man, Harold has his shirt on in one shot, but not in the next.
At the end of the credits it says: "The book 'KIDS' is available from Grove Press and contains photographs from the film, production stills and the original screenplay." and "A portion of the proceeds from this film will be donated to teen crisis organizations."
For the UK cinema version 59 secs was cut by the BBFC to remove shots of young Nick's chest being kissed by an equally young girl and images of a sleeping child during the sex scene between Casper and Jennie, as this footage contravenes the Protection Of Children Act. In August '99 the British Board of Film Classification awarded the film an 18 certificate for video distribution, but with 51 seconds of cuts. The same footage was removed and the scenes re-edited to avoid shots of the child, and this same version was later issued on DVD.
Oh My God (Remix Version)
Written by Q-Tip (as John Davis), Ali Shaheed Muhammad (as Ali Muhammad), Phife Dawg (as Malik Taylor)
Performed by A Tribe Called Quest
Courtesy of Jive Records
Published by Zomba Enterprises, Inc./Jazz Merchant Music (Administered by Zomba Enterprises,
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