Divine in "Pink Flamingos" (1972) 🎬 ⭐🦩
Divine in "Pink Flamingos" (1972) 🎬 ⭐🦩
Today in musical comedy movie history: on July 27, 1990 John Waters' Cry-Baby debuted in the Netherlands.
Here's some fan art!
Fresh, clean, cold water flows underfoot, supporting this delicate alpine meadow habitat. Three Island Lake, John Muir Wilderness, Sierra Nevada Mountains, California, USA. Photo by Van Miller
Cecil B. Demented
directed by John Waters, 2000
directed by John Waters, 1981
directed by John Waters, 1977
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Pink Flamingos (1972)
directed by John Waters, 1970
A/N: I'm pretty sure I made Jerome and Patricia Ooc, so, sorry.
Also, does anyone know where I can find HOA Scripts? I may need at least the few last episodes of season 2 because.....reasons.
Summary: Patricia and Jerome talk a bit during season 2 finale.
Jerome stared out of the window, twiddling with his thumbs.
“Hey, why aren’t you partying? The party isn’t over yet.” Patricia said, walking in the kitchen, grabbing a bit of food from the aisle and eating it.
“I know.” Jerome said, gazing down.
“Then what’s the matter? Your father and sister are in there, Mara is in there, would have thought you wouldn’t want to leave.” Patricia said, grabbing a plate and walking up to him.
“Oh, sorry princess, not all of us can deal with being kidnapped, held hostage, see someone almost die, see someone actually die, and come out fine.” Jerome snapped, turning to look at Patricia.
“Oh calm down, I was also kidnapped by Rufus, you aren’t the only one.” Patricia said, leaning back and rolling her eyes, taking another of the snacks and eating it.
Jerome stopped short, blinking.
“Remember last year? When Joy disappeared? And then I ‘went away to check on sick relatives’?” Patricia asked, quoting the last part.
“Yeah…? Is this about that one time me and Alfie acted like Joy was dead and pranked you? Because if it is, I’m sorry, and I’m pretty sure me and Alfie already suffered enough for that already.” Jerome said, before being punched in the arm by Patricia, making him groan and grip it.
“Not that you idiot, but yes, I’m still angry about that, by the way.” Patricia said, before taking a bit of another snack, still holding the plate “No, what I meant to say was that, the whole story of the sick relative was a cover-up, Rufus tricked me into thinking that he was going to help me find Joy but ended up kidnapping me, so I know how it feels like.” She admitted, looking down.
“Oh.” Jerome said, not sure of what to say.
“Did he use the warehouse?” He awkwardly and quietly asked after a few moments.
“Yea, actually.” Patricia quietly said, still looking down, before adding: “But I think it was a different room.”
“At least he had a bit of creativity.” Jerome said, looking at the living room before looking back down.
“Snacks?” Patricia asked after a while, raising the plate.
“Thanks, I’m starving.” Jerome said, accepting the plate, quickly eating a few of the snacks.
“Not surprising if Rufus did the same as last time.” Patricia said, crossing her arms.
“Barely giving food?” Jerome asked, looking up, with a snack half-bitten on his hand.
Patricia snorted, nodding slightly.
“Guess his methods were still the same.” She said.
“Well, he was the same creepy old man that was hard to kill.” Jerome said, trying to joke.
“Yup, at least he is getting what he deserves.” Patricia said, before looking at the window.
They fell into a quiet silence, the only sounds being Jerome eating (and silently offering Patricia some snacks) and of the party in the next room.
“Hey Patricia, want to dance?” Eddie asked, grabbing the sides of the entrance and leaning in, before looking at Jerome and Patricia and awkwardly asking: “Am I interrupting something?”
“No!” Patricia said at the same as Jerome.
“Look, um, Eddie, how about you go, uh, wait on the living room? I will be there in a second, I promise.” Patricia said, shooting Jerome a quick look before focusing on Eddie.
“Sure, um, I will be waiting right, there, uh, see you.” Eddie awkwardly said, before moving away.
The moment he was far enough, Patricia turned to look at Jerome.
“Look,” She started to say, “I know right now it’s not the best moment but if you need, feel free to call me at any time if you want to talk about the whole Rufus thing, okay?” She said, grabbing a napkin and quickly writing her number down with a pen that had laid forgotten in the aisle, handing it to Jerome.
“Okay, I-I will.” Jerome said, nodding, accepting the napkin, quickly putting it in his jeans pocket.
Patricia nodded, moving towards the door.
Just as she was about to leave, she turned around, looking at Jerome.
“And Jerome?” She said, waiting for him to look at her, and only when he did, did she say: “Take care, and again, feel free to call me in the middle of the night if it is necessary.”
“Likewise.” Jerome said, nodding at her, loud enough for Patricia to hear him.
Nodding back, Patricia gave him a small smile, before walking out, calling Eddie and catching up to him.
Smiling slightly, Jerome looked down, eating a few snacks.
“Jerome? Is everything okay?” Someone asked, making Jerome look up, seeing Mara walk up to him, Poppy and his Father at the door.
“Couldn’t be better.” Jerome said, smiling more, putting an arm around Mara’s waist, “Now, is anyone else hungry?”
Today in black comedy / parody film history: on July 24, 2013 John Waters' Polyester debuted in Fantasia Film Festival.
Here's some Divine and Tab Hunter art to celebrate!
John Waters with Cookie Mueller & Divine
Video by John Derting, Alaska..
Music: Winter Breeze, by Peder B. Helland
Today’s mail call from hot topic!😍
John 4:31-38 – Real Food Paying attention to our vocation and discovering our humble work in the service of God, rather than a vacation to the pantry to cover our unwanted feelings, is the essence of Christ’s interaction with his disciples.
Meanwhile his disciples urged him, “Rabbi, eat something.” But he said to them, “I have food to eat that you know nothing about.” Then his disciples said to each other, “Could someone have brought him food?” “My food,” said Jesus, “is to do the will of him who sent me and to finish his work. Don’t you have a saying, ‘It’s still four months until harvest’? I tell you, open your eyes and look at…
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the will of God
31 In the meantime the disciples spoke to Jesus, saying, “Rabbi, eat.” 32 Jesus said to them, “I have food to eat that you don’t know about.” 33 The disciples asked each other, “Has someone brought him food?” 34 Jesus said to them, “I am fed by doing the will of the one who sent me and by completing his work. 35 Don’t you have a saying, ‘Four more months and then it’s time for harvest’? Look, I…
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Today in cult film and trash cinema history: on July 23, 2013 the second part of John Waters’ trash trilogy Female Trouble was screened at L 'Estrange Film Festival.
Here's some art inspired by the film's VHS box!