The movie isn't nearly as close to as bad as critics claim it is. The first 40 minutes is much ado about talk of cocks, Andy and Edie's irreverence, and a series of disjointed images. The first act is aimless.
Plot[ edit ] The film is framed by Edie Sedgwick Sienna Miller being interviewed in a hospital several years after her time as an Andy Warhol superstar. In the mid s, Edie is a young heiress studying art in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
She is introduced to pop art painter and film-maker Andy Warhol Guy Pearcewho is intrigued by the beautiful, clearly troubled socialite. He asks her to perform in one of his underground, experimental films.
She agrees and goes on to star in several of Andy's projects, becoming his muse. She and Chuck become part of the tightly-knit, bohemian social scene at Andy's famous art studio, the Silver Factory.
Edie's status as a Warhol superstar and rising youthquake fashion model earn her fame and international attention. The success, however, fails to ease her psychological issues. Although descended from a prestigious family Factory girl and raised on an idyllic, California ranch, Edie was sexually abused by her father during childhood.
Factory girl has been further shaken by the fairly recent death of her favorite brother, Minty. Her trauma manifests itself in uncontrolled spendingpoor money management and a burgeoning drug habit.
Edie attempts to make peace between the two men by arranging a screen test for Billy at Andy's Factory. When Billy and his posse arrive, they act disrespectfully towards Andy.
Billy and Edie fight and he tells her that Andy is a "bloodsucker" who will "kill" her. She tearfully responds that she "can't hate him.
Edie's worsening drug addiction begins taking its toll.
Her relationship with Andy deteriorates and she becomes a pariah among the Factory crowd. One night, while in a drug-induced stupor, she falls asleep with a lit cigarette and nearly dies in the ensuing apartment fire. Voguewhich once championed her as the newest "it" girlnow refuses to hire her; editor Diana Vreeland Illeana Douglas explains that Edie is considered "vulgar" due to her current lifestyle.
When Syd visits Edie again, she is barely conscious and is being filmed naked by three strangers in her apartment. Syd kicks the men out and looks after Edie. He gets them a taxi and shows her a photo of herself back in Cambridge. He says she inspired him back then and she can be an artist once more.
Edie, deeply upset at how far she's fallen, gets out of their cab and runs frantically down the street. The scene transitions to the framing device of Edie's interview several years later.
She tells the interviewer that she is overcoming her addiction, pursuing art again and is glad to be home in Santa Barbara, California. The closing caption explains that Edie spent her last few years struggling to remain clean. Her short marriage to a fellow patient ended when she died of a barbiturate overdose at the age of twenty-eight.
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Factory Girl is a decent film on the life of Edie Sedgwick and her work with Andy Warhol. The film should have been better considering the subject, but for what it is, it's a watchable film, but.
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