Factory Girl

Synopsis: A beautiful, wealthy young party girl drops out of Radcliffe in 1965 and heads to New York to become Holly Golightly. When she meets a hungry young artist named Andy Warhol, he promises to make her the star she always wanted to be. And like a super nova she explodes on the New York scene only to find herself slowly lose grip on reality...
Genre: Biography, Drama
Director(s): George Hickenlooper
Production: MGM
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
90 min

pay attention to these gentlemen.

You just might

learn something.

Oh, wow.

She's so beautiful.

It's like a morgue in here. Please.

Her father struck

oil out west.

She escaped to art school

in Cambridge or somewhere.

Made her way

down here last year.

She's done some modeling.

Tried to get

into a gallery,

but no one has ever seen

anything she's done.

When you said "old money,"

you made her sound 50.

- Is that the Andy Warhol?

- Mm-hmm.

- Want to meet him?

- Of course.

Edie, this is Andy.


Oh, it's just amazing

to meet you.

- I think you're just a genius.

- Oh.

No one is doing anything

like you right now

and that in itself is a sign

of brilliance, don't you think?

But I'd love you to be

in one of my movies.

And what would I have to do

in one of your movies?

Just be yourself.

Well which one?

You're the boss,


Andy, in your films,

what are you hoping to do?

We're just trying

to make it so bad,

but doing it well.

You know, where you get the most

scratches you can on a film.

Or all the dirt

you can get on a film.

Or zooming badly,

where you zoom and you

hit the most important-

miss the most

important thing.

And, uh...

your camera jiggles

so that everybody knows

you're watching a film.

How do you work

with your actors then?

What do you tell them?

Well, I don't like

to tell them what to do.

I mean, I just think

people are so interesting.

Some say your work

is pornographic.

Oh, yeah.

Isn't that great?


do you work in hay?

Oh yeah,

we're making a cowboy movie.

Who are all these people?


- That's Rotten Rita.

- Now turn for me.

And Silver George,

Debbie Dropout,

the Turtle.

I don't know who that is.

Who's that?

This is Ondine and Brigid.

- This is Chuck and Edie.

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