Divine Trash film Product Information
|Category||Music Video DVDs, Comedies Movies, Special Interest Videos, Education, Documentary, Action/Adventure, Biography, Cult|
|Director of Photography||Steve Yeager|
|Featured||Steve Buscemi, Jim Jarmusch, John Waters, Hal Hartley, Robert Shaye, Mink Stole, Divine, David Lochary, Edith Massey, Paul Morrissey, Mary Vivian Pearce, Jeanine Basinger, J. Hoberman, Larry Kardish, Mike Kuchar, George Kuchar, Jonas Mekas, John Pierson|
Divine Trash movie was released May 27, 2003 by the Sony Music studio. An in-depth view at the early career of cult filmmaker John Waters, from his childhood puppet shows in Baltimore to the successful "Pink Flamingos" of 1972, widely regarded as the most important underground film ever made. Divine Trash video Features interviews with Waters and Divine, never-before-seen interview footage of Divine, exclusive footage of the rehearsal from "Pink Flamnigos," Waters' tribute to Divine, interactive menus, scene access, filmographies, credits, more. ...See Full Description
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A brilliant and fascinating insight into the mind of the fabulous John Waters. Features many interviews with cast members of many of JW's films, and a unique look at the background of John and his splendid films.
By a reviewer (Macclesfield, Cheshire, UK)
Very interesting history of John Waters' early career as well as that of Divine, Mink, The Egg Lady, and others. If you like those campy classics, you'll enjoy this history of it all, even the music is true to form and there's lots of laughs!
By a reviewer (Roanoke, VA, USA)
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Divine Trash video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||5808162|
|DVD Encoding||Region 1|
|Release Date||May 27, 2003|
|Running Time||90 Minutes|
|Movie Details||B&W and Color; Digitally Processed|
Divine Trash DVD Features
Full Frame - 1.33
Dolby Digital Stereo - English
Additional Release Material:
1. John Waters
1. Rehersal footage for PINK FLAMINGOES
2. John Waters tribute to Divine
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Divine Trash video Christmas 1960. When the parents of Dawn Davenport (Divine) neglect to get the deviant high schooler the one Yuletide gift she longs for--a pair of cha-cha heels--the girl throws the tree over on her mother and leaves, only to have a sexual encounter with a slob (also Divine) who picks her up hitchhiking. Nine months later, Dawn births a daughter, Taffy (Mink Stole). Dawn's life turns around when she enters a beauty salon run by flamboyant couple Donald (David Lochary) and Donna Dasher (Mary Vivian Pearce). There she meets Gator (Michael Potter), a hairdresser whom she marries even though his aunt Ida (Edith Massey) wishes he was gay. With their philosophy that "crime equals beauty," the Dashers turn Dawn into their own private superstar, photographing her committing outrageous acts. After Aunt Ida disfigures Dawn's face with acid, Dawn becomes increasingly crazed, committing murderous acts until her serial killer status begins to catch up with her.
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Closed Captioned; Standard Screen; Soundtrack English
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