- Running time86 minutes
- DirectorJohn Waters
By 1981's POLYESTER, director John Waters had been outraging Middle America for over a decade.
His films featured characters who fought, swore, cross-dressed, slept around and ate dog poo (for real).
How could he continue to push this already trash-stuffed envelope? By engaging the other senses!
And so was born Odorama: a scratch ’n’ sniff card handed out to viewers to enable them to experience even more vividly the exploits of his monstrous, decadent anti-heroes.
With smells ranging from pizza to model glue to – ahem – ‘natural gas’, seeing POLYESTER as its director intended promises to be a truly special experience.
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