Factory Girl Synopsis
Wealthy Edie Sedgwick becomes Andy Warhol's muse.
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
This is a movie about power, and its spectacle is that of a woman losing all of it.
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75

New York Post

By Kyle Smith
Miller is wincingly good at playing up the innocence.
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67

Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
As Factory Girl more than acknowledges, Edie Sedgwick's downward spiral was ultimately her own doing. Yet even as the film captures the...
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63

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Miller and Pearce are admirably determined to do their complex characters justice, but the generic script turns them into enigmatic...
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63

Philadelphia Inquirer

By Carrie Rickey
For Hickenlooper and Mauzner, Sedgwick is more interesting for whom she slept with than who she was. Their movie may indict Warhol for...
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63

USA Today

By Claudia Puig
If not for Sienna Miller's engaging portrayal of Edie Sedgwick, Factory Girl would have little to offer.
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60

The Hollywood Reporter

By Sheri Linden
Director George Hickenlooper captures the energy and ultra-irony of Warhol's scene, but his attempts to give the film a conventional biopic...
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50

TV Guide

By Maitland McDonagh
Despite, or perhaps because of, a flurry of 11th-hour recutting and reshoots -- the film feels rushed and unfocused.
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50

Chicago Tribune

By Michael Wilmington
It's lively but chaotic and evasive. The period re-creation switches on and off. We get a sense of what the silver-walled Factory was like,...
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38

Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
Factory Girl is not, strictly speaking, a bad movie. It's something worse: an irredeemably banal drama about some of the most protean,...
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Brad Pitt

By hcfan
Guy Pearce's portrayal of Andy Warhol was absolutely horrendous. One cannot visualize the pain and suffering of his character (though there was not much) if he wears his hair like that. Now, the...

Factory Girl

By harrykatz
Sienna Miller gives a bravura performance as Edie Sedgewick and Guy Pearce is a natural to play Andy Warhol. Edie's life is traced as she leaves a Cambridge art school to arriving in New York and...

Do we really care ?

By cris
Too bad! I went to see that movie with high expectations, but I got out really disappointed. The story , at least the way it is told, it is absolutely not interesting: another rich spoiled girl...

Factory Girl a must see

By ahdior888
this is one of the best movies I have seen in years go and watch it!!...

Great acting and insight

By bob1nyc
Thought the acting was fantastic and insight into the world of Warhol was compelling but depressing...

Factory Girl

By youthquake
I have to disagree with the critics on this one. I previously read the Edie biography and i still found the film to be entertaining. Sure, things were emphasized or exaggerated for the film but...

I knew and worked with Andy Warhol...

By BillyNYC
My name is Billy Smith I am now 62yo alive and well living on the UWS of Manhattan and I knew and worked with Andy since 1963. This is the kind of film that all (film makers) try and think "that this...

Factory Girl

By rubyprivate
Movie was forgetable, but I love that era and the fashions, art, music, drugs, etc....

Sienna Miller Captures the Spirit of Edie Sedgwick

By rraw
Days after seeing this film, it is Sienna Miller's performance that sticks in my head. I simply could not tell where Sienna ended and Edie began. Anyone could see why Warhol was captivated by her. ...

Factory Girl

By vstokes
I was in the mood to experience the whole 60's art scene and considering that Warhol and Edie Sedgwick were both iconic of that period, I thought the movie was fabulous in capturing the mood of the...

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Rated R | For pervasive drug use, strong sexual content, nudity and language
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Common Sense Media says Iffy for 16+ True story of drugs and sex is for adults only.
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