You can with a little adapter.
It's one thing for a kid to put on the hat of Tom Sawyer for a few days and go have a few days of adventure. It's no worse than pretending to be a pirate on haloween. Harmless good fun. It's another thing to do it for years and make a life of it.
I get the elegy for the sons of the south (a version of the south, to be more precise). I like the idea that there are still wild things in the world (and Campo is wild). I understand being wistful.
I really liked The Legend of Cambo. It of course immediately had me thinking of a latter-day Huckleberry Finn, a survivor who lives in untrammeled freedom and felicity. And that awoke in me the slumbering moralist do-gooder who can't help but think about what this guy will be like in ten years time, what sort of misadventures he will have experienced and been the author of. Would you want someone like this as a fixture in your life? Be honest. And that's why I really like it. You get a glimpse into the main drift of someones life. A chaotic one. The audience learns of the subjects family dissolving, his romance and siring a child, which also dissolves, with the protagonist escaping into a world of no responsibility but what to eat and how to entertain oneself, fantasizing about killing invaders at the end of the world. He's not stupid, certainly has inner thoughts and a vivid imagination and can tell an entertaining story (I loved how he sold the plot twist.) He's very human and likable. And yet, I'm sure I'm not the only one who wouldn't fully embrace such a person to be my bosom buddy. Perhaps that's why Korine highlighted him as a subject? Because it can make one think. It resonates. His portrait has implications for the future. I don't know. I hope he keeps it up, because I like his work.
Definitely interested in seeing this, seems like it has some potential to be very good. Was Evel Kanyevel one of the 60 interviewed?
Haven't seen the movie. Question: is this an illustration of the Rashomon effect (which I thought had to do with bearing witness to an occurrence and telling a self serving story about it) or more so bearing out the gimmick of plot of Citizen Kane? Where seemingly contradictory accounts are given concerning the subject by different persons, the sum of which amounts to a compelling portrait. Or maybe I'm missing something?