A talented young photographer, who enjoys snapping photos of his satirical, perverted Baltimore neighborhood and his wacky family, gets dragged into a world of pretentious artists from New York City and finds newfound fame.
"All the Dirt on A Dirty Shame" is a behind-the-scenes documentary about John Waters' sexploitation movie, "A Dirty Shame". In it, Waters, his cast and crew discuss everything from their love of shooting movies in Baltimore, various sex fetishes, its NC-17 rating, the prosthetics design of Selma Blair's breasts to insights on the origins and formation of the 'Dreamlanders' and the history of sexploitation films.Written by
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.
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