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I Shot Andy Warhol (1995)
Starring: Jared Harris, Lili Taylor, Lothaire Bluteau, Stephen Dorff, Martha Plimpton, Anna Thomson
Director: Mary Harron
Category: Drama, Independent
Studio: MGM / UA
Spanish, French
103 mins



He was the world-renowned King of Pop Art -- and his life was about to take a dramatic turn in exchange for someone else's fifteen minutes of fame!Starring Lili Taylor (Ransom) and Jared Harris (Father's Day), and winner of the Sundance Film Festival's Special Jury Award, this "vibrant, touching and thoroughly entertaining film" (The New York Times) explores the provocative story behind the shooting of 60s' superstar Andy Warhol.

Valerie Solanas (Taylor), a lesbian writer, loner and prostitute has come to the Big Apple with one goal in mind: to spread the gospel of her radical feminism.Desperate for an audience, she latches on to the fringes of Warhol's (Harris) glamorous sex-and-drug-laced Factory scene.But as her zeal swerves dangerously out of control, her private madness leads to a bizarre obsession with the artist himself -- and a final, explosive act of violence that not only gets her notice


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