Documentary Review: This Filthy World (2006)

Release Date: November 24th, 2006
Directed by: Jeff Garlin
Written by: John Waters
Music by: Jared Gustaldt, Lukas Kaiser
Cast: John Waters

Red Envelope Entertainment, Netflix, 86 Minutes

Review:

This is a pretty unique piece of work and highly enjoyable.

Basically, this was directed by Jeff Garlin, most known for his acting work on Curb Your Enthusiasm and The Goldbergs, and it features John Waters, on stage, talking about his past and the films he directed over the years.

If you are a fan of Waters, his personality and his style, than this is definitely something you want to check out.

Waters talks about growing up in Baltimore, his friendship with Divine and how his films came to be. He also adds in his two cents on a lot of things within pop culture. His bit about “bears” is pretty damn funny.

There isn’t much else here other than Waters talking on stage for almost ninety minutes but he pulls you in and captivates like only he can. This is entertaining and it gives you a more intimate connection with the director, who was most known for upsetting censors with his filthy pictures for decades.

However one feels about Waters’ work, it’s hard not walking away from this experience without a deep appreciation and respect for the man and his world view.

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