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John Waters - Female Trouble

John Waters - Female Trouble

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"Female Trouble" is another film directed by John Waters, known for its transgressive and provocative themes. It was released in 1974, two years after his earlier cult classic, "Pink Flamingos." Here's some information about "Female Trouble":

**Plot**: "Female Trouble" follows the life of Dawn Davenport, played by Divine, another one of John Waters' frequent collaborators. Dawn is a troubled young woman who, after a series of misadventures and criminal acts, becomes a notorious model and criminal. The film explores themes of fame, deviance, and the rejection of societal norms. Like many of Waters' films, it features bizarre and outrageous characters and situations.

**Cast**: Divine takes on the central role of Dawn Davenport, and the film also features other regulars from John Waters' ensemble cast, such as Mink Stole and Edith Massey.

**Themes**: "Female Trouble" continues John Waters' exploration of subversive themes and the celebration of the unconventional. It challenges traditional notions of beauty and morality, often using shock value and humor to make its points.

Similar to "Pink Flamingos," "Female Trouble" is a transgressive work that pushes the boundaries of what is considered acceptable in cinema. It has garnered a cult following for its audacious and confrontational style. While it may not be for everyone due to its explicit content and unconventional approach, it remains a significant part of John Waters' filmography and the history of underground cinema.

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