(Andy Warhol, 1966).
How fleeting is superstardom. Edie Sedgwicks last Warhol film was a prescient disasterinspired by the 1944 death of film star Lupe Velez who planned an elegant suicide by Seconal but wound up drowning in the toilet bowl. In essence a color remake of Poor Little Rich Girl, Lupe features an Edie who is only interesting in so far as she is imitating Edie Sedgwick in an Andy Warhol film.
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