Hag in a Black Leather Jacket
|Hag in a Black Leather Jacket|
|Directed by||John Waters|
|Produced by||John Waters|
|Written by||John Waters|
Mary Vivian Pearce
|Music by||John Waters|
|Edited by||John Waters|
A black man and a white girl (Mona Montgomery) are wed on a rooftop. He courts her by carrying her around in a trash can and chooses a Ku Klux Klansman to perform the wedding. The wedding guests are played by people dressed in early pop-influenced costumes such as American flags and tinfoil. Mary Vivian Pearce does a dance known as the Bodie Green.
Production and availability
It is a "no budget film" that cost $30 to make and runs 17 minutes. It can be seen only as part of Waters' traveling photography exhibit, John Waters: Change of Life.
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