BILL T. JONES
John Waters
photo: Greg Gorman
Film/Video
JOHN WATERS: SHOCK VALUE
POLYESTER


FRIDAY,
MAY 19, 2000,
7 PM

$6 ($3 WALKER MEMBERS)

AUDITORIUM
MEMBERS PAY HALF PRICE!$



JOHN WATERS: SHOCK VALUE
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Loving wife and mother Francine Fishpaw (Divine) can barely cope: her husband is a smut monger, her son is criminally insane, and her daughter is knocked up. Then faded dreamboat Tab Hunter shows up to seduce Francine and take her away, like Calgon--except that he's scheming to extort her every penny. With a legitimate budget and professional production values, Polyester may be toned down from the rawness of Waters' earlier work. But the film was successfully marketed with Odorama technology, allowing audience members to scratch and sniff foul stenches at the appropriate moments. Presented in Odorama with keepsake cards. 1981, U.S., 85 minutes.






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