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Warhol movie as late LOVE BOAT episode
23 August 2002 | by (los angeles) – See all my reviews

Like that dreadful mixture of camp and nostalgia that Andy guest-starred on late in life, this farewell-tour picture, shot on a Factory-gang trip to the City of Angels, has the icky feel of soon-to-be-canceled LOVE BOAT with Nanette Fabray, Dick Schaap and maybe Mr. T doing walk-throughs across the gangplank. Only here, it's Nico, doing her heroin-slugged Teuton- icon shtik; a shockingly decayed Ondine, doing his bitchy Pope routine and resembling a cross between Phil Spector and Robert Klein; and Brigid Polk, still large, still using the old needle-in-the-rump routine to get the laughs she got in 1965's THE CHELSEA GIRLS. The whole thing reminds me of a certain facet of Las Vegas, now more or less gone: the one-time Big Timers playing the little room in the little casino for seven bucks. A hipster could always get a lurid frisson from seeing, I dunno, a possibly sozzled Frank Gorshin for the same price as a surf-n-turf buffet special. IMITATION OF CHRIST is the Warholian version of that schadenfreude shiver. I'll bet if Andy could've booked Ondine and Brigid into a six-dollar Vegas gig, he'd have done it. The theatre of it would've been much more exhilarating than this out-of-gas, justifiably unseen movie (which, in addition, seems drastically infected by Paul Morrissey-itis).


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