1970 / Black and White /96 Min. / 1:66 / Street Date March 21, 2017
Starring: Divine, David Lochary, Mary Vivian Pearce and Mink Stole.
Cinematography: John Waters
Film Editor: John Waters
Written by John Waters
Produced by John Waters
Directed by John Waters
Andy Warhol was nothing if not a multi-media maven. Along with his ubiquitous silkscreens and sculpture, he embraced movie-making beginning as early as 1963 with such literal-minded efforts as Haircut (a haircut) and Taylor Mead’s Ass (one hour of exactly what you think) and pretty much closed shop with 1968’s Lonesome Cowboys, a 109 minute western satire that, of all his films, came closest to approximating a traditional tinseltown production.
Essentially Warhol was parodying the Hollywood studio system, rounding up his acolytes and hangers-on, from supermodels to pushers, and casting them as regular performers in a series of deadpan documentaries. Meanwhile in the wilds of Baltimore, Warhol fan John Waters