In the 1960s, no star burned brighter than original It girl Edie Sedgwick (Miller). Factory Girl follows Edie's meteoric rise from art student to the top of the New York fashion scene. As the muse of pop artist Andy Warhol (Pearce), Edie paid a steep price for fame. An intoxicating journey through pop-culture history, Factory Girl takes us inside Warhol's legendary studio, where the worlds of art, film, fashion and celebrity all collided.
Good but could have been better. Bob Dylan, showed how much he lied to her and that's why he got so prissy and was going to sue the film makers. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Keke82
Loads of extra here of Edie herself. Sienna portrays her faithfully, and no mistaking the "Folk singer" she has a dalliance with. Doesn't do Warhol a lot've favours though.Published 2 months ago by noahs dad
A great film. Obviously not quite accurate to the true life and times of Edie Sedgwick but it really confirmed my opinions on Andy Warhol. An interesting biopic attempt. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ReviewMonkey
I love this film, and thought Miller and Pierce were brillant in this. Yes it may seem a one sided view, but still an enjoyable film to watch.Published 4 months ago by Ms. M. Walker
I bought it as a present for someone who had been looking for this film for some time on the high street, but had been unable to obtain it.Published 9 months ago by Kris
this is a film that brilliantly portrays the worst side of
products of the sixties, drugs, sex abuse as a result of dependence. Read more