John Waters wants to make you feel good about yourself

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“It's wonderful. I haven't changed. The American sense of humor has changed. People are, I think, willing to laugh at everything that's so bad these days because what else can you do? And humor is how you get people to change,” says filmmaker John Waters about becoming part of the mainstream. Photo by Greg Gorman. Photo courtesy of the Academy Museum.

John Waters talks about his exhibit at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures and his boundary-pushing films.

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