Based on the true story of Valerie Solanas who was a 60s radical preaching hatred toward men in her "Scum" manifesto. She wrote a screenplay for a film that she wanted Andy Warhol to produce, but he continued to ignore her. So she shot him. This is Valerie's story.
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You only get one shot at fame.
Did You Know?
Mary Harron was inspired to write the movie after reading the SCUM Manifesto, the anti-men rhetoric Valerie Solanas published in the 1960s. See more
At the conclusion of the film, it states that Valerie Solanas died in 1989. In fact, she dies in 1988, just a few weeks after she turned 52. See more
You call this a groovy light show. I'd rather sit and watch the clothes dryer at the Laundromat. Oh, look. It changed color. Where's a love child? They'll get a kick outta this. Only a hippie would find this even remotely interesting, but I'll tell ya. You spend one day with the hippies, and you realize how truly refreshing and unpretentious, hard core, New York degenerates are.
I'll Keep It with Mine
Written by Bob Dylan
Performed by Bettie Serveert
Courtesy of Matador Records See more