A Dirty Shame

Release date: September 17, 2004
(Baltimore; wide release: September 24)

Studio: Fine Line Features

Director: John Waters

MPAA Rating: NC-17 (for pervasive sexual content)

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Starring: Tracey Ullman, Chris Isaak, Selma Blair, Johnny Knoxville, Patricia Hearst, Mink Stole, Susan Allenback, Jeffrey Auerbach, Lance Baldwin, Paul DeBoy, Mary Vivian Pierce, Wes Johnson

Genre: Comedy

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Plot Summary:

From the wondrously fertile mind of writer/director John Waters comes "A Dirty Shame," America's first carnal concussion comedy. Set in the Harford Road area of Waters' native Baltimore, "A Dirty Shame" tells what happens when a horny horde of "sex addicts" invade a blue-collar neighborhood, to the shock and dismay of the "neuter" neighbors. Rude, joyous and full of sexual anarchy, "A Dirty Shame" is a movie with a generous heart and a dirty mind: in other words, a classic John Waters comedy.

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