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Some of this footage has been seen in the Divine profile on E! True Hollywood Story. But it was interesting to also see a creepy, young, long-haired John Waters being interviewed (at 25 yrs old).
Recent interviews with Mink Stole and John Waters' parents also add to the fun, not to mention the former Maryland Censor Board President's recollection of the infamous "rosary" scene in Multiple Maniacs.
I couldn't wait for this thing to get released on July 5, 2000..and promptly ordered it. I wasn't disappointed. Now I'm waiting for Mr. Waters' earlier films to start showing up on DVD!
FYI: Not much in the way of DVD extras here.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hard to find information on the dynamic duo in film making. Been a fan since the beginning. A must have!Published on May 1, 2014 by William Paul Siller, Jr.
arrived safely with much care and attention. I would and will look forward to our next transaction!!I really plan to see dealer again!Published on February 16, 2014 by klpcupid
DIVINE TRASH is an excellent 1998 documentary that follows underground filmmaker, Baltimorean John Waters, from his early experiments with a gift movie camera to his shocking - and... Read morePublished on April 12, 2013 by Allen Smalling
John Waters hits gold yet again. This was the last and only copy I could locate on amazon. It was not brand new but in great shape. Read morePublished on November 20, 2011 by transylvanian_concubine
This DVD is everything I expected it to be, and alot more! I've told everyone about it and just recently, it was on one of the movie channels. Read morePublished on January 29, 2010 by Doug Carlton
I first found out about John Waters when I was a high school student and a buddy of mine told me that his mother had taken him and his brother to see the movie "Polyester. Read morePublished on August 30, 2009 by Matthew G. Sherwin
This is a great documentary DVD for fans of the over-the-top
cult director John Waters! I didn't discover his movies until
the early 80's when I was bored with whatever... Read more
All freaks and weird people have experienced, by now, the absolute beauty and glamor if the 300 lb monstrosity, "Divine!" But what kind of Frankenstein could have created "HIr? Read morePublished on April 13, 2007 by S. A DUNN
If your mind withstood "Pink Flamingoes", this is the movie for you. More than you ever wanted to know about John Waters and Divine (Peace Be Unto Him/Her).Published on October 29, 2006 by Groundskeeper Willie