Mary Harron - I Shot Andy Warhol
|1||Director Mary Harron Talks About Movies, Fame and Music||11:01|
|2||Director Mary Harron Talks About Movies, Fame and Music||11:01|
Promo cd single. Has back xover, no front cover. Program Repeats 4 times.
I Shot Andy Warhol is a 1996 American-British independent film about the life of Valerie Solanas and her relationship with the artist Andy Warhol. The film marked the feature film directorial debut of Canadian director Mary Harron. The film stars Lili Taylor as Valerie, Jared Harris as Andy Warhol, and Martha Plimpton as Valerie's friend Stevie. Stephen Dorff plays Warhol superstar Candy Darling. John Cale of The Velvet Underground wrote the film's score despite protests from former band member Lou. Directed by Mary Harron. With Lili Taylor, Jared Harris, Martha Plimpton, Lothaire Bluteau. This is the story of Valerie Solanas who was a 60s radical preaching hatred toward men in her Scum manifesto. She wrote a screenplay for a film that she wanted Andy Warhol to produce. After many times of ignoring her, Valerie shot him. Я стреляла в Энди Уорхола 1996. I Shot Andy Warhol original title. R 1h 43min Biography, Drama 1 May 1996 USA. 1:54 Trailer. 1 VIDEO 40 IMAGES. Vera & Grace talk about Mary Harron's 1996 exploration of the Warhol Scene, I Shot Andy Warhol starring the impeccable Lily Thomas Lili Taylor Lilian Taylor Thomas Opening track: Back in the Bush by Vagina Jones Closing track: Hunger Hurts by Vagina Jones Find her album, Karneval der Vagina, here: Jal der Vagina. All other inserted audio is from I Shot Andy Warhol, distributed by The Samuel Goldwyn Company. podcast movies Film feminism filminism. EPISODE 01: Mary Harron- I Shot Andy Warhol 1996 by BlockbustHers. Director Mary Harrons immensely entertaining and provocative first film, I Shot Andy Warhol, gives Solanas another shot at the spotlight. Dub it an affectionate pat to a rabid pet. Harron and co-screenwriter Daniel Minahan see Solanas as a sharp thinker ahead of the Curve. Never mind that Solanas SCUM manifesto calls for death to the male, a thing obsessed with screwing hell swim a river of snot, wade nostril-deep through a mile of vomit if he thinks therell be a friendly pussy awaiting him. The film raises a thorny question: Was the shooter really a savvy pre-feminist driven nuts by th. does two remarkable things in her movie: She makes Solanas almost sympathetic and sometimes moving and funny, and she creates a portrait of the Factory that's devastating and convincing. January 1, 2000 Rating: 3. 54 Full Review Roger Ebert. I Shot Andy Warhol Quotes. There are no approved quotes yet for this movie. Movie & TV guides. Director: Mary Harron. The true story of Valerie Solanas, the radical feminist who became notorious after shooting art world icon Andy Warhol, is portrayed in this fact-based drama. In an attempt to present a fair assessment of her actions, writer-director Mary Harron focuses on Solanas' troubled life, from her childhood as an abuse victim to her life as teenage prostitute in New York City. These experiences left Solanas played by Lili Taylor deeply scarred, contributing to a hatred of men that later found full flower in her famous SCUM Manifesto, an extremist tract calling. I Shot Andy Warhol 1996. Based on the true story of Valerie Solanas who was a 60s radical preaching hatred toward men in her Scum manifesto. She wrote a screenplay for a film that she wanted Andy Warhol to produce, but he continued to ignore her. So she shot him. This is Valerie's story. Lothaire Bluteau Maurice Girodias. Stephen Dorff Candy Darling. Peter Friedman Alan Burke. Jared Harris Andy Warhol. Michael Imperioli Ondine. Reg Rogers Paul Morrisey. I Shot Andy Warhol has the elements that every tribute album strives to capture: great bands interpreting great songs while injecting enough of their own personalities to make the recording and listening processes worthwhile. From Luna's smooth version of Donovan's Season of the Witch to Wilco's rendition of the Neil Young-penned Burned to Ben Lee's channeling of the Small Faces on Itchycoo Park, no one missteps in their attempts to pay homage to the original artists. The film stars Lili Taylor as Valerie. Notes on the filmmaking. Initially intended as a BBC documentary, the film was directed by Mary Harron who also co-wrote the screenplay with Daniel Minahan. Mary Harron was inspired to write the movie after reading the SCUM Manifesto, the anti-men rhetoric Valerie Solanas published in the 1960s. The filmmakers were given permis