Warhol’s constantly moving camera roams around its characters, in a mélange of talking, food fights, and folk singing.
Original version : anglais.
With : Edie Sedgwick, Eric Anderson.
Production : Andy Warhol.
EP - Edie Sedgwick, Andy Warhol
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