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Factory Girl

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Factory Girl

    ok, but a little disappointing in the warhol portral by guy pierce.
    sienna miller was good.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    an Art Film.

    I didn't go into this moving wanting to learn more about andy warhol and edie sedgewick, I really didn't care. I wanted to see how the characters interacted with each other. The movie isn't a drama, it isn't funny, it doesn't have any action. Just the graphics and effects with music make it artsy. I'm not saying that's what makes a movie horrible, its what makes it kind of uninteresting.
    But the I really loved the character choice and the scenes.
    This movie really motivates me, whenever I watch it, I feel like picking up and pen and drawing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Very Insightful

    Knowing a full details of the whole Andy Warhol/Factory scene, I didn't realize how egocentric he truly was. He just didn't about anybody. Edie come across as a very convincing three-dimensional character that was highly unstable, childlike in some ways, and hopelessly naive yet lovable. Her taste in men was her downfall. The character of the folk singer, clearly Bob Dylan, we all know was a womanizer and Andy Warhol was childish and impish. It is sad such a talented woman had to go the rout of death.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    I have heard and read all about the madness of Edie and Andy but to see it first hand was amazing. The film was both a documentary and tragedy, a story about two pop culture icons that brought a new edge to the sixties. From the loves, to the lies, from the glamour, and to most horrifying lows. The two main characters go through such immense jealous, tragedy, and trials that you cant but hope for a happy ending. Sadly the ending, being fact, doesnt end happily ever after, but these two icons have quite the story to tell. Its a pretty good film I have to say, and a great biography.

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