Pink Flamingos

  • 1972
  • Movie
  • NC-17
  • Comedy

Billed as "the most disgusting picture of all time," this absolutely uninhibited exercise in scatology and low camp was the breakthrough film for Baltimore-based independent filmmaker John Waters, who later entered the commercial mainstream with such films as HAIRSPRAY and SERIAL MOM. The improbable star of this ultra-low budget cinematic gross-out is 300-pound...read more

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02:17 — Trailer for the controversial 1972 film Pink Flamingos. Baltimore director John Waters's outrageous 1971 debut Pink Flamingos burst onto the filmmaki (more…)

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  • Released: 1972
  • Rating: NC-17
  • Review: Billed as "the most disgusting picture of all time," this absolutely uninhibited exercise in scatology and low camp was the breakthrough film for Baltimore-based independent filmmaker John Waters, who later entered the commercial mainstream with such films… (more)

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