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Edie Factory Girl

by David Dalton

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She was riveting to look at, a sprite of the zeitgeist, the living distillation of the over-amped vision of New York in the mid-60s. Like many exotic creatures Andy Warhol shed his light on, she initially bloomed and soon became the symbol of all that was hip and stylish. But just as quickly she began to disintegrate. Told with unsparing candour and with powerful images that capture her at her peak of Factory stardom, Edie Factory Girl is the short but enduring cultural story of Edie Sedgwick. Released in time to coincide with the film of the same name.… (more)
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She was riveting to look at, a sprite of the zeitgeist, the living distillation of the over-amped vision of New York in the mid-60s. Like many exotic creatures Andy Warhol shed his light on, she initially bloomed and soon became the symbol of all that was hip and stylish. But just as quickly she began to disintegrate. Told with unsparing candour and with powerful images that capture her at her peak of Factory stardom, Edie Factory Girl is the short but enduring cultural story of Edie Sedgwick. Released in time to coincide with the film of the same name.

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