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Divine Trash
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Documentary filmmaker Steve Yeager and Producer Cindy Miller have created in the film Divine Trash an excellent uncovering of the concept and philosophy involved with the filmmaker and showman John Waters including interview footage with the master of trash cinema when he was just 25-years old and completing much of the early work on his films such as Mondo Trasho, Multiple Maniacs, and especially Pink Flamingos.

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