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ALL THE DIRT ON 'A DIRTY SHAME' is a lengthy and fascinating documentary featured on the A DIRTY SHAME DVD. Simply put, it is the best DVD documentary that one is likely to find anywhere. It is extremely detailed and for fans of John Waters fans, there is nothing else like it. John Waters gets the most screen time here and throughout the 88 minute running time, he never gets boring to listen to. It is clear from listening to him that he is a very smart and very funny man. He is also a very gifted filmmaker, which makes the documentary the most interesting. Besides Waters, the documentary also features interviews with cast members Tracy Ullman, Johnny Knoxville, and Selma Blair. 10/10.
I think it's really important that if you get the DVD for "A Dirty
Shame" that you also watch this exceptional "making of" documentary.
That's because it is just jam-packed full of interesting stories,
production information, background, etc. that make the movie come
In addition, and this surprised me, but you learn that although the film talks about some insanely bizarre paraphilias, the people making the film are amazingly conservative sexually. Even John Waters admits that he didn't know what some of these odd terms and fetishes were and that a few of them grossed him out as well! This made anyone watching the original movie understand that they, too, felt uncomfortable at times. In particular, the saga of how they got Big Ethel to do the part was a hoot.
For fans of the Waters' films, this is an absolute must. Watch it.
By the way, although Chris Isaak was in the movie in one of the leading roles, he was nowhere to be seen in this film. Wonder why?!
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