|Tangled Up in Edie: The truth about Bob Dylan and Andy Warhol's "Factory Girl"
||[May. 19th, 2007|11:24 am]
Thursday, May 17, 2007 Tangled Up in Edie: The truth about Bob Dylan and Andy Warhol's "Factory Girl"
As a fan of both Bob Dylan and Andy Warhol, I never realized there was such a strong connection between them until I saw the movie "Factory Girl."
The movie was released in early 2007, and there had been some buzz about Dylan threatening to sue the producers, The Weinstein Company, for his portrayal in the movie.
The Factory Girl is Edie Sedgwick who became Andy Warhol's muse (a.k.a. "Superstar") in the mid-60s starring in several of his films. Being a newcomer to the lives and careers of Warhol and Dylan, I would have never guessed that their artistic worlds were somehow intertwined. I was fascinated to learn that Edie had a relationship with Dylan, although there are conflicting stories as to the nature of that relationship.( Read more...Collapse )