Wednesday, January 21, 2009

The Factory Girl

"Director George Hickenlooper's biographical drama charts the meteoric rise and subsequent fall from grace of Edie Sedgwick (Sienna Miller), an ambitious starlet who becomes the muse of Andy Warhol (Guy Pearce). Heading for New York City's bright lights after dropping out of college in 1965, Edie meets pop-culture icon Andy, who turns her into the toast of the town. But she soon discovers that glamour and fame have a price." courtesy of netflix also with Jimmy Fallon, Mena Suvari and Hayden Christensen

it's been a long time since i've been so affected by a movie. I rented the movie because i have an unusual interest in Andy Warhol, this movie isn't about Andy Warhol its about the factory girl and her story and I've never felt so, sad for someone, to feel not the sympathy but the actual emotions, the movie is done brillantly everything is conveyed in such emotions and the actors are phonomenol Sienna Miller is amazing and Guy Pearce is brillantly amazing with Andy Warhol. the story itself is strong and it just just gets multiplied in quality by the actors.

this movie didnt get great reviews and i think the reason is because of how honest it is, they dont censor things to cater to a MPAA rating, they dont careful word things so that it doesnt offend people, the drug use is right in front of your face, theres random people having sex in the background for no reason at all expect for the fact that, thats how it was at the factory, everything is very honest i believe, it doesnt feel like they cut things out or made you loose out on something. disregard any of those reviews because they are oh so wrong, this movie is spectacular. in all possible ways.

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