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Director  Vito Zagarrio
Genre  Documentary
Country  United States
7/10 IMDb

Music director  Edith Massey
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Language  English
Divine Waters movie poster
Release date  1985
Cast  John Waters (Himself), Divine (Himself), Edith Massey (Himself), Trish Waters (Herself)
Similar movies  Divine Trash (1998), I am Divine (2013), This Filthy World (2006), Midnight Movies: From the Margin to the Mainstream (2005), Air Guitar Nation (2006)

The career of John Waters, director of cult films, includes "Pink Flamingos" and "Polyester."

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Divine Waters is a documentary film released in 1985 (shot in 1981) starring Divine and John Waters as themselves, along with Waters father John Waters Sr. and sister Trish Waters.

This documentary focuses on the careers of influential partners in trash film, John Waters and Divine. The film includes interviews with Waters' parents and sister, actress Edith Massey sings two songs (Punks, Get off the Grass and Fever), as well as a live performance of Divine performing his song Born to be Cheap.

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This documentary focuses on the careers of influential partners in trash film, John Waters and Divine. The film includes interviews with Waters parents and sister, actress Edith Massey sings two songs ("Punks, Get off the Grass" and "Fever"), as well as a live performance of Divine performing his song "Born to Be Cheap".

Cast

  • Divine as Himself
  • John Waters as Himself
  • John Waters Sr. as Himself
  • Trish Waters as Herself
  • Edith Massey as Herself
  • References

    Divine Waters Wikipedia
    Divine Waters IMDb Divine Waters themoviedb.org


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