Female Trouble Reviews
The very idea that Waters uses a fat transvestite with a beehive hairdo to illustrate his scorn for school shows he's not so interested in subtlety. And Divine is awesome, as always, his prissy, gravely scream -- a freak you want on your side. This is one of Waters' best satirical attempts -- there are digs at hippies and Hare Krishnas, and two scenes in particular are very prophetic: the gay encouraging, and the killing for art. Waters even mocks his own shameless exhibitionism in the testimony of the Dashers
John Waters gives her dialog that just has to be heard to be beleaved.
But in all of this ouragoeousness we have the underlined theme of how celebrity/crime /fame/ ultimately down fall are all interrelated
SNIFF,SNIFF WE MISS U AND THOSE AWESOME ASS MOVIES U COULD BE MAKING...