Pink Flamingos

Pink Flamingos is a cult classic film in 1972. The film is about criminal figure Divine, a self-proclaimed “The Filthiest Person Alive.” Divine is challenged by the couple Raymond and Connie Marble as they attempt to seize her title.


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Age rating:
NC-17 (Adults Only)
Icon Director
Director:
John Waters
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Duration:
108 minutes
Icon Genre
Genre:
Comedy

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Release date:
2005-06-14
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Stars:
Divine,David Lochary,Mary Vivian Pearce,Mink Stole,Danny Mills

2 comments

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    Anonymous
    June 15, 2018
    "Do you know the reason why Pink Flamingos is regarded as campy? It has an ironic value with a mix of bad taste. It inverted the notion of aesthetic attributes into something alien. Heck, even Divine's over the top acting carries the overall campy expression of the film. It won't hurt to watch Pink Flamingos despite its weirdness."
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    Anonymous
    June 5, 2018
    "I don't remember how this is different than the original, other than its got the Director's comments and outtakes, but this is awesome. I'd moved to Balto just as this was getting released, and my local (Fells Point) video store had it advertised in its window. Finally got it and it is everything I remember and more."
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    What are the best crime movies

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