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Midnight Movies

matinee of some obscure auteur watching something from some unknown Polish director with subtitles in French. I developed my love of midnight shows, not as many people did with The Rocky Horror Picture Show (more on that in a minute), but over at the old Elgin, on 8th Avenue, with John Waters’ Pink Flamingos. My friend Shirley, a native New

Yorker, and always on the cutting edge, took me far west into the depths of Chelsea, telling me I had to see this film. Pink Flamingoes is still a cult film, and these days, save for a certain scene at the end, is rather tame. It starred a 300-pound drag queen in outrageous makeup and dress, who worked under the stage name Divine, and the plot, while

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