... you can learn from:
I Shot Andy Warhol (1996)
Paul Morrissey: You call this a groovy light show. I'd rather sit and watch the clothes dryer at the Laundromat. Oh, look. It changed color. Where's a love child? They'll get a kick outta this. Only a hippie would find this even remotely interesting, but I'll tell ya. You spend one day with the hippies, and you realize how truly refreshing and unpretentious, hard core, New York degenerates are.
I really need to re-watch this movie, I haven't seen it in such a very long time. A happy birthday to director Mary Harron today! I am going out of my way to not quote Mary Harron's Masterpiece American Psycho obviously, because that's usually my go-to, but the woman has got a stellar filmography top to bottom... even if the race from the top to the bottom of it is far too brief. Did we all watch Alias Grace by now? Thoughts? And thoughts besides, "I want to bend Edward Holcroft over a barrel" I mean...