I Am Divine

I Am Divine
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Lauren

Such an awesome documentary! I'd seen Divine in a few John Waters movies but didn't know about the person behind the performer. He seemed like such a fun and sweet man. It was cool to see clips from other films in and out of drag, clips from live theater and drag shows and also his musical ...Read more

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