What fetid pit of perversity spawned filmmaker John Waters? If you've ever wondered, this 1998 documentary was tailor-made for you. Back in 1972, fledgling filmmaker Steve Yeager pitched his Maryland public television bosses an idea for an anthology series
about Baltimore-area artists. His first subject: 25-year-old underground filmmaker Waters, who was about to start shooting a little something called PINK FLAMINGOS. Without waiting for a go-ahead, Yeager began interviewing Waters, his cast and crew, following them as they filmed their saga of the
"filthiest people in the world." The series never happened and Yeager's footage sat in his refrigerator for 25 years; ...