John Waters: This Filthy World DVD

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'This filthy world... it's a beautiful place, isn't it?' - John Waters

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Dubbed "the Pope of Trash" and branded "O for Offensive" by the Catholic Church, John Waters made his bad reputation by turning bad taste into high art.

In THIS FILTHY WORLD, the writer-director of such cult classics as MULTIPLE MANIACS, PINK FLAMINGOS, POLYESTER and HAIRSPRAY addresses a live theater audience in a hilarious and completely uncensored one-man-show.

Part confession, part Vaudeville act, THIS FILTHY WORLD takes on such taboo topics as pedophilia, gay marriage and drug use while Waters waxes rhapsodic on the joys of saying inappropriate things to children.

Directed by Jeff Garlin (CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT), THIS FILTHY WORLD also features the exclusive ON THE ROAD featurette produced by David Gregory. Watch as John Waters sits down in his home and discusses his life and career.

Bonus Features:
- John Waters Q and A
- John Waters: On The Road

NOTE: Copies come signed by John Waters.

Staff Review:
John Waters is an enlightened human being. He knows what really matters in life - friends, being productive, being yourself, and books. He's accomplished quite a bit with his life and his "lecture" is full of interesting anecdotes and great tips and advice for everything from filmmaking to child rearing, as well as just plain simple common sense rules like: "If you go home with somebody and they don't have books - don't fuck 'em." -Rachel Whang, Atomic Books Blog

Additional Information

Author John Waters / Jeff Garlin (director)
Publisher Dokument Films
Page Count n/a
Publication Size 5.5 x 7.5
Publication Notes 86 mins., Not Rated, DVD, SIGNED!
Publication Date October 30, 2007
ISBN 000-0000000000

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