I Am Divine Review

I Am Divine
An account of how Harris Glenn Milstead, the offspring of a middle-class Maryland family, was discovered by John Waters and shot to fame as drag queen and actress Divine.

by Patrick Peters |
Published on
Release Date:

18 Jul 2014

Running Time:

90 minutes



Original Title:

I Am Divine

Packed with gleeful archive footage, Jeffrey Schwarz’s affectionate and acute account of the taboo-shattering partnership between the ‘King Of Sleaze’ and ‘Pope Of Trash’ also touches on courageous activism and personal sadness with sensitivity and wit. A fitting tribute to a unique legend.

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