Factory Girl (2006)
Andy Warhol: I wonder if people are going to remember us?
Edie Sedgwick: What, when we're dead?
Andy Warhol: Yeah.
Edie Sedgwick: Well, I think people will talk about how you changed the world.
Andy Warhol: I wonder what they'll say about you... in your obituary. I like that word.
Edie Sedgwick: Nothing nice, I don't think.
Andy Warhol: No no, come on. They'd say, "Edith Minturn Sedgwick: beautiful artist and actress...
Edie Sedgwick: ...and all-around loon.
Andy Warhol: ...Remembered for setting the world on fire...
Edie Sedgwick: ...and escaping the clutches of her terrifying family...
Andy Warhol: ...Made friends with eeeeverybody and anybody...
Edie Sedgwick: ...creating chaos and uproar wherever she went. Divorced as many times as she married, she leaves only good wishes behind.
Edie Sedgwick: That's nice, isn't it?
Edie Sedgwick: I went to a party once, and there was a palm reader there and when she looked at my hand, she just froze. And I said to her, "I know. My lifeline is broken. I know I won't live past thirty."
Edie Sedgwick: And what would I have to do in one of your movies?
Andy Warhol: Just be yourself.
Edie Sedgwick: Well, which one?
Edie Sedgwick: You are so much fun. How come you don't spend more time with us?
Richie Berlin: Because of my lips.
Edie Sedgwick: Your lips?
Richie Berlin: They have a hard time kissing Andy Warhol's ass.
Edie Sedgwick: I can't take it anymore. I want to die
Wanda: And why do you want to die?
Edie Sedgwick: Because my credit's no good at Bonwit Teller and I just stole $30 worth of underwear at Bergdorf's and I think I might do it again.
Edie Sedgwick: To me, New York was Jackson Pollock sipping vodka and dripping paint onto a raw canvas.
Andy Warhol: I think I'll quit my painting, and... just make Edie a big star.
Syd Pepperman: [regarding Edie] What do you want me to do?
Billy Quinn: I dunno. See if she needs anything...
Billy Quinn: I'd help her if I could.
Billy Quinn: [Edie meets Billy Quinn for the first time, backstage before one of his shows; they talk, photos are taken, he kisses her] Excuse me, babe, I've gotta go to work.
[He begins strumming his guitar, then blows into his harmonica as he walks out onstage, and the crowd cheers]
James Townsend: [Edie's accountant, concerned] You're going to be bankrupt soon.
Edie Sedgwick: James, you take life too seriously. How could I possibly be bankrupt? My grandfather invented the elevator.
James Townsend: Then you should be familiar with the concept of up and down.
Billy Quinn: How did a nice chick like you get mixed up in the whole acting racket?
Edie Sedgwick: Breakfast at Tiffany's. You know, Audrey with her hair pulled back, and she's smoking through the black cigarette holder.
Billy Quinn: You wanna live in a movie?
Edie Sedgwick: I never saw the movie, just the poster.
Billy Quinn: So you haven't read the book then?
Edie Sedgwick: Well, Audrey isn't in the book.
Billy Quinn: The book is a bit different. It's about a working girl and a writer, an artist. You see, the artist steals the girl's stories and makes a fortune, and the girl doesn't get anything.
Edie Sedgwick: Why do you have such a problem with Andy?
Billy Quinn: Because of what he worships.