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A Sixties Film That Hasn't Aged Well
6 August 2002 | by alexduffy2000See all my reviews

This is Andy Warhol's famous (infamous?) KITCHEN, which stars Edie Sedgwick and a number of other Factory "superstars". It's one shot of a kitchen. There's no plot, just people coming in and out and saying crazy lines, or lines that dont make sense (same thing?). It might have been great in the mid-sixties, but it's kind of painful to watch now, it's more of an endurance test than an enjoyable film. There are some funny moments, such as Edie continually sneezing and the props being introduced as cast members, but if you want to see Edie, see POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL or LUPE, you'll be much better off.


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