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Screen Test #2 (1965)

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Ronald Tavel ...
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Dylan and Warhol
30 December 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Screen Test #2 (Bob Dylan) (1965)

You can't really rate this film since it runs merely fourteen-seconds but it does have its historic value for Dylan and Warhol fans. I guess the truth will never be known but to make a long story short, the two never got along due to their relationship with model Edie Sedgwick. The controversy surrounding this threesome lasted over forty-years as Dylan sued the filmmakers of Factory Girl, a 2006 movie that tried to tell the story, one that Dylan denied ever happened. I doubt too many people will be searching out this movie, or the hundreds of others that fit into Warhol's "Screen Test" series but it would be nice to one day get the complete story of what all happened and the true story behind this film.


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