Photograph: Nat Finkelstein Factory workers, including top row, in front of the Jackson Pollocks Paul Morrissey, Edie Sedgwick and Gerard Malanga, and middle row , Danny Williams, Andy Warhol, Lou Reed, Sterling Morrison and John Cale, December 1965.
It was her way to try and stem the pain and sadness she felt when she was alone.
She never returned to it or that crowd.
Due to Sedgwick's rapidly deteriorating health from drug use, the film was suspended.
There was a distinct sense in which they were out to provoke, and provocation almost always brings a reaction.
Edie disappeared and that was the end of it.
Written by Factory scriptwriter , the film stars Sedgwick, , , and Elecktrah.
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