Factory Girl

2007

Factory Girl

Critics Consensus

Despite a dedicated performance by Sienna Miller, Factory Girl delves only superficially into her character, and ultimately fails to tell a coherent story.

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Total Count: 113
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The year is 1965, and Edie Sedgwick is living every young girl's dream. Edie's life changes forever when she meets Andy Warhol, New York's most famous artist, and the man who will transform this trust fund baby into the Big Apple's most dazzling Superstar. At the center of this exciting and decadent new world is The Factory, Warhol's downtown loft, a place where musicians, artists, actors and all types of misfits gather to create art and movies during the day, and to throw fabulous parties at night. It is here that Edie takes her place at Andy's side as the Factory's most alluring and irresistible Superstar. Edie has the world at her feet. Every woman wants to be her. Every man wants to be with her. But unable to find the love she craves from Andy and The Factory, Edie turns to the "voice of a generation" singer-songwriter Danny Quinn, a captivating and talented musician who represents everything that Andy is not - where Andy is all cool surfaces, Danny burns with the fire of his convictions. Danny pushes Edie to free herself from Andy, who has been using her in his movies but never paying her. Edie quickly falls for Danny, but every affair has its price.

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Cast

Sienna Miller
as Edie Sedgwick
Guy Pearce
as Andy Warhol
Hayden Christensen
as Billy Quinn
Jimmy Fallon
as Chuck Wein
Mena Suvari
as Richie Berlin
Tara Summers
as Brigid Polk
Shawn Hatosy
as Syd Pepperman
Jack Huston
as Gerard Malanga
James Naughton
as Fuzzy Sedgwick
Beth Grant
as Julia Warhol
Edward Herrmann
as James Townsend
Illeana Douglas
as Diana Vreeland
Don Novello
as Mort Silvers
Brian Bell
as Lou Reed
Mary Elizabeth Winstead
as Ingrid Superstar
Johnny Whitworth
as Silver George
Patrick Wilson
as John Cale
Tarajia Morrell
as Reporter At JFK Airport
Charles Ferrara
as Vendor At Flea Market
Renee Vincent
as Mrs. Shingle
Michael A. Stephens
as Sterling Morrison
Peggy Walton-Walker
as Alice Sedgwick
Jeffrey Galpin
as Horse Trainer
Colleen Camp
as Mrs. Whitley
Alexi Wasser
as Lexa Spence
Robert Lasko
as Frank (Cowboy Twin 1)
Richard Lasko
as Leo (Cowboy Twin 2)
Madeleine Poirrier
as Young Edie Sedgwick
Kevin Lyons
as Giovanni
Marian Faddis
as Diana Vreeland's Assistant
Brandon Olive
as Factory Freak
Trace Cheramie
as Gay Cowboy
Jon E. Edwards
as Taci Driver
Trisha Meaney
as Musician's Wife
Michael Hughes
as Harvard Dandy
Mikey Post
as Taxi Driver
Heather Bloom
as The Other Woman
Jim Coope
as Harvard Club Waiter
Tommy Perna
as Jack (Muscle Mary Bouncer)
Tim Soergel
as Gay Cowboy #2
Peter Barnes
as Reporter
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