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Factory Girl

Rated R for pervasive drug use, strong sexual content, nudity and language.

R 89min.
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The true story of one woman's brief and ultimately tragic flirtation with fame in the 1960s provides the basis for this biographical drama. In 1943, Edie Sedgwick (Sienna Miller) was born to a wealthy and socially prominent family, and she grew up ... Read More
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Edie Sedgwick
Andy Warhol
Billy Quinn, Musician
Chuck Wein
Richie Berlin
Syd Pepperman
Diana Vreeland
James Townsend
Gerard Malanga
May 22, 2008
If the people involved in this project had wanted to tell the truth about Edie, they would have corroborated their "facts", which they clearly did not. \n\nLet's see now... Edie was never a heroin addict. They forget to mention she was bipolar years before the syndrome was accepted in the United States. Her brothers, Minty and Bobbie, and her father never molested her. She was bulimic, not
May 22, 2008
In the beginning it seemed to be a little slow moving , but quickly after it took off and I found myself intrigued by the times it was suppossedly part of. The sad part is that it moved me so that the next day I wanted to find out more about Edie.Unfortunately Warhol has blocked her out of his past of which she seemed to be such a part of. If you are a hippie or flower child raised , or you
May 22, 2008
i was completely capitvated by this movie. i found it to be extremely fascinated. i left the movie in a state of shock and awe. sienna miller portrayal of edie sedgwick was fantastic especially considering the demands of the role. i think guy pearce did a fabulous job of playing andy warhol, but i think it was the mistake of the director to portray warhol as such a cut and dry character who was
May 22, 2008
I didn't intend to see the movie when I first saw the trailer but was curious about the culture from which it was spun. I'm glad I took a chance on it because the content and characters were fascinating and well acted out. You must be open and aware of the struggles of the art world when it was breaking out to different realms. I found myself in awe as the movie progressed. Very emotional scenes!
May 22, 2008
Why would that be - because of the Warhol museum?????

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