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John Waters (born April 22, 1946) is an American filmmaker, who rose to fame in the early 1970s for his transgressive cult films.

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Filmography

Writer/director

1960s

1970s

1980s

  • Polyester (1981) - R for some violence, language, and sexual content/nudity.
  • Hairspray (1988) - PG for some crude language and thematic elements.

1990s

  • Cry-Baby (1990) - PG-13 for crude humor, language, and some violence.
  • Serial Mom (1994) - R for satirical presentation of strong violence, vulgar language, and sexual episodes.
  • Pecker (1998) - R for sexuality, graphic nudity, language, and brief drug use.

2000s

  • Cecil B. DeMented (2000) - R for strong crude sexual content, violence, language and drug use.
  • A Dirty Shame (2004) - NC-17 for pervasive sexual content. / R for pervasive strong crude sexual content, including fetishes.

Writer (but not director)




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