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The BBFC agreed to grant Pink Flamingos an 18 certificate, but only on the condition that three minutes of footage were cut from five outrageous scenes. More like this: - The film the US is finally ready for - What makes a cult film? Harris Glenn Milstead, better known by the stage name Divine, stars as a woman who is also called Divine, a vision in a tight sparkly dress, with a back-combed coiffure, and iconic eye make-up that reaches all the way up her forehead. The Marbles make a living by abducting teenage girls, locking them in a basement, raping them, and then selling their babies to lesbian couples.

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John Waters' third feature was made in but was not formally submitted to the BBFC for classification until This was presumably because the film's contents led distributors to believe the BBFC would be unable to classify it without significant cuts. Given that the whole point of Pink Flamingos is excess, this was not an attractive or commercial option. Nonetheless, the film did enjoy occasional screenings in members-only cinema clubs during the s and s, notably at the Scala Cinema in King's Cross, London.

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Even though Divine is clearly seen eating actual dog feces in the film, some viewers find it hard to believe that what they're seeing is real. John Waters goes into detail about shooting the scene in his book "Shock Value", where he reveals that they had a terrible time following the dog around and waiting for it to "go". By the time the moment of truth arrived, Waters was losing daylight and was terrified that Divine wouldn't be able to go through with it.
If I haven't retired by then, I will. How do you review a movie like this? I am reminded of an interview I once did with a man who ran a carnival sideshow. His star was a geek, who bit off the heads of live chickens and drank their blood. That is its redeeming quality, you might say.