I shot Andy Warhol / Playhouse International Pictures presents ; in association with the Samuel Goldwyn Company and BBC Arena ; directed by Mary Harron ; written by Mary Harron and Daniel Minahan

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Subjects: Lesbians--New York (State)--New York--Biography--Drama
Artists--New York (State)--New York--Biography--Drama
Feminism--Drama
Andy Warhol's Factory (New York, N.Y.)--Drama
Warhol, Andy, 1928-1987--Assassination attempt, 1968--Drama
Solanas, Valerie--Drama
Formats: Video Recording, DVD
Material Type: Projected medium -- Monograph
Language: English, Spanish (translated from), French, Spanish
Audience: Unspecified
Edition: [DVD version includes the original theatrical trailer, English and Spanish tracks, and French and Spanish subtitles]
Published: United States : The Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1995 ; United States : MGM Home Entertainment, Inc., c2002
LC Classification: P, PN
Added Titles: I shot Andy Warhol--trailer
Alternate Title(s): I shot Andy Warhol--trailer.
Additional Authors: Writing : Harron, Mary
Minahan, Daniel
MGM/UA Home Video (Firm)
Samuel Goldwyn Films (Firm)
Playhouse International Pictures
Notes: ISBN: 0792848136
ISBN: 9780792848134
Dramatized biography; feature
Cast: Lili Taylor (Valerie Jean Solanas), Jared Harris (Andy Warhol). Lothaire Bluteau (Maurice Girodias), Martha Plimpton (Stevie), Anna Thomson (Iris), and Stephen Dorff as Candy Darling. Peter Friedman (Alan Burke); Tahnee Welch (Viva); Jamie Harrold (Jackie Curtis); Donovan Leitch (Gerard Malanga); Michael Imperioli (Ondine); Reg Rodgers (Paul Morrisey); Bill Sage (Tom Baker); Jill Hennessy (Laura); Coco McPherson (Brigid Berlin); Myriam Cyr (Ultra Violet); Danny Morgenstern (Jeremiah Newton); Lola Pashalinski (psychiatrist); Lynn Cohen (Hotel Earle concierge); Craig Chester (Fred Hughes); James Lyons (Billy Name); Lorraine Farris (Susan); Victor Browne (Danny); Billy Erb (Rotten Rita); Kevin Rendon (Amphetamine Head); Caroline Benezet-Brown (Isabelle de Courcy); Anh Duong (Comtesse de Courcy); Massimo Audiello (Mario). Amaya
Credits: Costume designer, David Robinson; production designer, Thérèse DePrez; original score, John Cale; music supervisor, Randall Poster; editor, Keith Reamer; director of photography, Ellen Kuras; set decoration by Diane Lederman; special makeup effects, Rob Benevides; makeup artists, Judy Chin and Marjorie Durand; hair designer, Edward St. George
Originally distributed by the Samuel Goldwyn Company
Playing time on release was 103 min., according to: Internet movie database, as viewed on February 4, 2009. Originally released in 1.85:1 aspect ratio
Summary: "Explores the provocative story behind the shooting of 60s' superstar Andy Warhol. Valerie Solanas, a lesbian writer, loner and prostitute, has come to the Big Apple with one goal in mind, to spread the gospel of her radical feminism. Desperate for an audience, she latches on to the fringes of Warhol's glamorous sex-and-drug-laced Factory scene, but as her zeal swerves dangerously out of control, her private madness leads to a bizarre obsession with the artist himself, and a final, explosive act of violence that not only gets her notice, but makes her manifesto famous"--DVD sleeve
Copyright notice on DVD sleeve: c1995, Public Television Playhouse, Inc
OCLC Number: 423686487
ISBN/ISSN: 0792848136
9780792848134

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