Wow. Poor Edie is so broken in this. So smashed up. Especially sad when cut with footage of her shining. Wish there was more home video footage of her actual wedding day shown. That song during that final montage was perfect.
4 stars for the often incoherent yet tantalizing film (which became an eerie semi-documentary on the troubled lead actress). And one more very bright (and eventually burned out) shining star for the "tragic magic" that was the life of the lovely and intriguing "Factory Girl" herself, Edie Sedgwick.
edie, baby. such a tender and glowing girl. she reminds me a lot of myself. it was hard getting through this because 1. parts of it seemed kind of exploitative of edie?? and 2. it's incredibly hard watching her downfall. but, she's such a wonder to watch on screen truly
Crazy, wierd, at times alluring and often icky - the scenes with a "contemporary" Edie do NOT seem like acting, and if they indeed are not, they are horribly exploitative. Odd subplot seems shoved in near the end to give the piece some sort of meaning. Still, you can't really look away, and it sticks with you.