There are some sex scenes and some very sexual dialogue.
One early in the movie includes two women. One of them is clearly topless and the other one is not very visible. The topless woman is very… loud… and during this, a man in the room watches and masturbates to them. In the same scene, one of the women is seen about to whip the man who is almost completely naked (no clear nudity … or none that I know of)
There is a scene in which people are watching short clips of people. One clip includes a topless woman.
In one scene, they are about to film a scene that includes a nude man (who is only seen nude from behind)
One quick fast-forwarded sex scene in the end (no nudity)
Near the very end, Valerie is seen naked (non-sexual) being showered
Candy Darling is scene covering his/her … area with his/her hands… fully nude but no genitals are seen.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


When vermily assassinated Andy Warhol, although she had a gun for a long time, no man looked at her, so she shot her hate bullets at Warhol and the patriarchal society she hated.

Vermily sulina, shot and killed Andy, a famous American avant-garde artist? Woho’s woman. She had a miserable childhood, started having sex at the age of 13, became gay in a correctional institution, and then began her college career. She has radical ideas on women’s rights, homosexuality and other issues, does not care about sex, and can beg and prostitution in the streets without shame.

In 1966, vermily accidentally met Andy Warhol’s crew filming a film, so she had the desire to write a script. For the creation of scripts, vermily has a lot of ideas to talk about, her extreme aversion to men, the oppression of women’s rights, and her inner pain and depression. So, her first play “touching the ass” came out. She sent the script to Andy, but there was nothing below except a few perfunctory compliments from Andy.

On the way, the French publisher of Olympia press met vermily asking him for money and prostitution. Out of curiosity, he talked with vermily, and then decided to write a novel for vermily. Vermily continued to associate with Andy, and Andy also arranged her audition, but she never started shooting her work.

In the autumn of 1967, Wimily found the Edition business with the good novel “bubble statement”. The publisher himself had a debt crisis. He only gave Wimily a cheque payable next month, but the cheque was still soaked in the end. Vermily came to Andy to publish for her. Andy was frightened by her persistence and aggression and avoided her. Perhaps due to familiarity with street begging and prostitution, Wimily began printing himself and selling bubbles in the street. In the printing house, vermily met mark who printed leaflets. She learned to use a gun with mark and took one of his pistols.

Vimili’s books influenced the American women’s movement at that time. The TV station asked vimili to appear on the camera for discussion, but the rude remarks of the TV host annoyed vimili and made a big noise in the TV studio. Vimili blames Andy for all the injustice. She thinks Andy stole her script. Crazy, she was driven out of her apartment by her roommate.

Vermily comes to Andy first, but Andy has changed his office and goes to find the publisher. The publisher is not there. Vermily comes to Andy’s new office downstairs and waits for Andy.

With the imperceptible Andy coming to the office, vimili takes out the gun. Andy and others are still unconscious. Vimili finally can’t help but ask Andy? Warhol fired several shots and killed another man in the office. He didn’t let the last man go until there was no bullet in the gun.

Andy had not recovered since her assassination. She died of surgery in 1987. Wimily was sentenced to 3 years’ imprisonment. Her bubble statement was reprinted many times and became a feminist classic.

The assassination of Andy Warhol is almost one of the most important events in the history of modern American popular art. For Andy? Warhol, an important figure in the history of popular art, does not have much positive depiction, but focuses on the assassination of his vermily, and focuses on the internal motivation of the assassination, pushing vermily, a pioneer of feminism, to the front stage.

Vermily is not a self-conscious feminist pioneer. Her resistance comes more from her personal experience. It is precisely because this emotional resistance comes from deep-seated impulse that makes it more powerful and violent. As a college student, begging and prostitution in the streets of Wimily herself is a rebellion against the system, and her “bubble statement” has become a protest statement of her as a woman.

Andy Warhol is a recognized artist. Although he has homosexual tendencies and his works have been regarded as extremely avant-garde, he is still the “Darling” of the patriarchal society. His views on art and society – at least in terms of social relations between men and women, he is also a conservative. The assassination of vermily is an impact, a resistance, a destruction and self destruction on the so-called most avant-garde concept of the patriarchal society. Although this is not a “publicized” assassination, the film still depicts it as a symbol of the rise of feminist consciousness. Although we can not fully understand the cause and effect of this event, the image of feminist pioneer depicted in the film is worthy of our sympathy and respect.

Why shoot Andy Warhol, the 20th century pop master? His Monroe hangs in every corner of the world, and his intoxicated eyes are flooded with the breath of death of pop culture; Under Jameson’s interpretation, his silver gray high heels have become the postmodern counterpart of Van Gogh agricultural shoes, indicating the generation of things without depth and home; His Empire State Building challenges every pair of staring eyes until the Empire State building itself is transformed into an object itself, cruelly beating the light seeking meaning back to every pupil; His yellow rotten bananas hang on the cover of the notorious album of velvet underground, looking forward to the review of capitalist industry in the future. But the question remains, why did you shoot Andy Warhol?

At least for Valerie Solanas, he may be everything she wants to challenge. “He has complete control of my life.” This is the reason Valerie Solanas gave the police and one of our shooting masters. Therefore, if we can focus on her, “I shot Andy Warhol” must be a feminist challenge declaration and a review of the surging 1960s by director Mary Harron after 30 years, without any trace of nostalgia and sadness; When the production company persuaded her to transform the original material originally meant as a documentary into a feature film, the appropriate fiction did not become an obstacle to its deliberate provocation. In the continuous collage of Valerie’s infamous scum manifesto, her psychoanalysis archives and many trivial things of that year, The director not only restored the chaotic scene and the mood of intellectuals and artists in New York in the 1960s, but also implicitly analyzed, deconstructed and reconstructed it with a new historicism method.

In such an interpretation path, we find the contradictory meaning of Andy Warhol and his factory, that is, he subverts the traditional meaning of art production with his personal intoxication and strange acts, but it is precisely because this new art production mode reproduces the postmodern logic of capitalist cultural production in a sense that it can not be uprooted fundamentally. This cultural factory that can accommodate LSD, underground velvet drug music, homonymy and transvestism cannot accommodate an extreme feminist, because her absorption may mean a subversive challenge to the new capitalist patriarchal culture marked by Warhol. However, the biggest dilemma of the problem is that Valerie, a bohemian who lives on prostitution and begging, is not the final answer to the revolution. Scum Manifesto has finally become a classic text of feminism. Valerie’s disgusting, rough and tearing wild temperament has finally become the reason for people to peep at her again and again. This cheap text, which is still reprinted and issued after 30 years, fully illustrates the great siphon ability of capitalism, which turns resistance again and again into its own logic, Extract new evil forces from it. When Valerie begged Warhol’s forgiveness in the mental hospital at the end of the film, we were stunned to find that the pioneer trip still ended in an embarrassing settlement.

A musical film shows the interest in the play

The film I shot Andy Warhol describes the feminist Valerie Solanas breaking into the office of master Andy Warhol on June 3, 1968 with the intention of murdering him. In order to express the satire on the strange phenomena of the 1960s, this film, adapted from real events, invites many modern singers to sing representative songs of the 1990s, such as the psychedelic music sunshine Superman interpreted by female singer jewel. Interestingly, when Valerie was at Andy’s extravagant and alienated banquet in the factory, Valerie met Andy’s band, velocity underground, which was played by yo La tengo, a psychedelic band in the 1980s, and sang a song symbolizing Valerie’s helpless and low-key state of mind due to the embarrassment of life reality at that time. If you understand the development of psychedelic music, You can understand the meaning of the psychedelic band of the younger generation to pay homage to the elder. John cale (a member of the velocity underground group), who was also one of the stakeholders in this event, wrote a performance music, which told Valerie’s mood when he aimed a gun at Andy with a fast and tight string. This is the regret that the image can not fully express, which makes music play the role of an implied sound. Now John cale is playing to simulate the mood of the murderer who murdered his friend in those years, which is indeed the most strange part of the film.

Andy Warhol, born in the United States in 1928, is a descendant of the Czech people. He is a hedonist and the most famous representative of pop art in the 20th century. He has “distorted or packaged” Mao Zedong, Marilyn Monroe, UV band, Coca Cola, dollar and channel 5, especially his design of UV from content to form, The band became the only miracle comparable to the Beatles in the history of music, and UV has never stopped their influence on the world and its culture since then. Andy Warhol’s famous saying is “it’s better to see how they choose underwear than to read their books.” When he produced the Empire State Building, he was already a popular designer at that time; Previously, in 1963, he and his assistant made his first film Tarzan and Jane regained; In the summer of 1966, his “Chelsea Girls” was released, which was the first underground film to be released in commercial cinemas; In March 1968, he was shot by his entourage, a far right. Fortunately, he survived after lying in the hospital for two months, and this encounter also made a famous film, I shot Andy Warhol (1996).

Mary Harron is quite different among female directors. Her latest work is the controversial American psychosis. Like the former, I shot Andy Warhol is also adapted from real people. Andy hall is an American pop art master. His Monroe portrait has become a symbol of the times of “poster school”. He has even made achievements in experimental films and pioneer music. The heroine of the film, vermily sulina, is a radical feminist and homosexual. She has a high degree but would rather beg on the street. Vermily admired Andy hall very much. Over time, she decided that the other party controlled her mind. Finally, vermily broke into Andy Hall’s office and shot him… Through the image, we can see the director Mary Harlan’s own consciousness and thinking.

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