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Factory Girl

USA:99 min (unrated version) | USA:90 min | Argentina:99 min
Biography | Drama
IMDB rate:
George Hickenlooper
1 nomination
Country: USA
Release Date: 2007-02-02
Filming Locations: Bossier City, Louisiana, USA
Budget: $7,000,000
Opening Weekend: £156,779 (UK) (18 March 2007)
Gross: $1,661,464 (USA) (11 April 2007)
Mena Suvari
Mena Suvari
Factory Girl
Sienna Miller
Edie Sedgwick
Guy Pearce
Andy Warhol
Hayden Christensen
Billy Quinn - Musician
Jimmy Fallon
Chuck Wein
Jack Huston
Gerard Malanga
Armin Amiri
Tara Summers
Brigid Polk
Shawn Hatosy
Syd Pepperman
Beth Grant
Julia Warhol
James Naughton
Fuzzy Sedgwick
Edward Herrmann
James Townsend
Illeana Douglas
Diana Vreeland
Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Ingrid Superstar
Don Novello
Mort Silvers
Grant James
Richard Folmer
Tarajia Morrell
Reporter At JFK Airport
Charles Ferrara
Vendor At Flea Market
Johnny Whitworth
Silver George
Brian Bell
Lou Reed
Patrick Wilson
John Cale
Michael Stephens
Sterling Morrison
Samantha Maloney
Mo Tucker
Meredith Ostrom
Jeff Galpin
Horse Trainer
Robert Lasko
Frank (Cowboy Twin #1)
Richard Lasko
Leo (Cowboy Twin #2)
Deneen Tyler
Wanda (as Deneen D. Tyler)
Renee Vincent
Mrs. Shingle
Thomas Faustin Huisking
Aru (as Thomas Faustin)
Kevin Lyons
Peggy Walton-Walker
Alice Sedgwick
Will Carter
Colleen Camp
Mrs. Whitley
Tommy Perna
Jack (Muscle Mary Bouncer)
Alexi Wasser
Lexa Spence
Marian Faddis
Diana Vreeland's Assistant
Brandon Ray Olive
Factory Freak (as Brandon Olive)
Joel Michaely
Trace Cheramie
Gay Cowboy #1
Tim Soergel
Gay Cowboy #2
Stephen Cox
Junky (as Stephen Michael Cox)
Kent Jude Bernard
Elmo Who
Jon E. Edwards
Taxi Driver #1
Trisha Meaney
Folk Singer's Wife
Michael Hughes
Harvard Dandy
Madeleine Poirrier
Young Edie Sedgwick
Michael Post
Taxi Driver #2
Brendan Faddis
Peter Barnes
Heather Bloom
The Other Woman
Morris Bart
Jim Coope
Harvard Club Waiter
Georgina Chapman
Jonathan Sedgwick
George Plimpton
Gerard Malanga
Nat Finkelstein
Richie Berlin
Hunter Gorman Monroe
Josh Durham
Quinn's Bodyguard (uncredited)
Cary Elwes
Sam Green
Michael J. Hebert
Photographer (uncredited)
George Hickenlooper
Documentarian (uncredited)
Tim Hickey
Allen Ginsberg
Ashley Nicole Hudson
French Audience Member (uncredited)
Sally Kirkland
Grandma Sedgwick (uncredited)
Gio March
S & M Guy (uncredited)
Susan Millard
Edie Sedgewick's Psychiatrist
Mary-Kate Olsen
Art Gallery Patron (uncredited)
Breon Pugh
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Camille Solari
Girl (uncredited)
Van White
Did you know?
The newspaper clipping handed to Edie reads "Dr. Kenneth B. Clement, ranaround naked chanting 'Banana Man.' narrowest margin in amayoral election. The final count withal precincts reporting, was Locher to Stokes.", over and over as filler space.
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Despite the fact that the film takes place in New York City, most of the shooting took place in Louisiana due to budgetary restrictions, where most of the crew's homes had been destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. Only a few additional scenes shot after principal production were shot in New York.
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Gavin Rossdale was once in talks to play Gerard Malanga.
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When Edie Sedgwick reads the paper about Billy's wedding, try to freeze the scene. If you read what the paper actually says, you will find out that, except for the first few lines that talk about the wedding, it also talks about some nonsense stuff that is copied and pasted all over the paper!
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Edie Sedgwick's opening lines state that her "great-great-great-great uncle was a signer of the Declaration of Independence...". It was in fact her great-great-great uncle, William Ellery who was the signatory of the United States Declaration of Independence in 1776.
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When Andy Warhol is on the phone with Brigid Berlin and he is looking at Edie Sedgwick's picture, we can see that his thumb nail is broken. But the next second, in the same scene, his nail is fine!
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Billy Quinn: How did a nice chick like you get mixed up in the whole acting racket?
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Andy Warhol: [to Edie] You're the boss, applesauce!
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Edie Sedgwick: Don't be jealous, Andy. He's nothing like you.
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Why is Hayden Christensen's character listed as "Musician" and no longer as Billy Quinn?
It is because Bob Dylan threatened to sue because it looked like it was his fault Edie died. That's what the trivia says anyway.
What did Edie's brother say that he tasted until the day he died?
His father's ashes.
What are the differences between the Theatrical Version and the Unrated Version?
For the home theatre market, an unrated version was released aside from the R-rated theatrical version. Most scenes which were re-inserted or alternately shifted, serve to specify character drawings and various aspects of the story which were only embedded in the theatrical version to some extent. However, there are also a few extensions with sexual contents and more explicit depictions of drug use. A detailed comparison between both versions with pictures can be found here.
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Photos from cast
Mena Suvari