Unbelievably offensive to anyone who lived in and loved this era, only worth a watch to see how much the filmmakers piss on Warhol's grave, who here is portrayed as the most evil creature alive, an effeminate, pasty vampire who treats women like dirt. Sedgwick's tragic life is treated like a particularly awful after school special and its embarrassing for all involved (especially for the overly self-conscious Miller)
The major problem about Hollywood portrayal movie is that most of the case is its inaccuracies. But put this aside, I thought this movie was alright. Sienna Miller delivers a very dedicated performance of the portrayal of Andy Warhol's muse,- Edie Sedgwick. It amazing of how closely Sienna Miller resembles Edie. So in conclusion, this movie isn't bad and definitely isn't great either. It's all about Sienna..
My choice for the 2nd greatest fictionalized film about the Warhol Factory days, with an eerily perfect portrayal of Edie by Sienna Miller, right down to the incessant endlessly propped up cigarette and the nervous speedy giggle. Guy Pearce gives the 2nd greatest cinematic portrayal of Andy. #1 prize for both goes to "I Shot Andy Warhol" & Jared Taylor. They make an excellent Warhol double feature. RIP George! **** 4
Not the best biopic, and certainly not the best depiction of Andy Warhol's factory. The cheesy "look where they are now" text at the end detracts from the atmosphere of the film, and the handheld camera and "on drugs" effects are gimmicky. However, Sienna Miller captures poor, tortured Edie perfectly, and Guy Pierce is a fantastic cooly detached Andy.
Igual de frágil como su personaje principal, esta es una película que hay que ver. Volviéndome frágil, creo que esta es una película sobre cómo marchitarse. Claro, no todos ni todas pueden marchitarse, algunos sólo mueren.