Female Trouble in 35mm

Series: TGIQ

This is part of Feminist March 2024

50th anniversary in 35mm! Directed by John Waters, 1974’s FEMALE TROUBLE charts the rise and fall of Dawn Davenport (Divine), who enters a life of crime after a childhood without cha-cha heels. Co-starring Waters’s Dreamland regulars Edith Massey, Mary Vivian Pearce, Cookie Mueller, David Lochary, and Mink Stole as Dawn’s Hare Krishna daughter Taffy, FEMALE TROUBLE asks “Who wants to die for art?” in a trash-filled tribute to Waters’s criminal collective of underground artists.


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Director
John Waters
Format
35mm
Year
1974
Runtime
97 mins
Assistive Listening
Available
Wheelchair accessible
Yes
Open Captions (subtitles)
No
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Showtimes

Thursday, March 21