"My idea of a good picture is one that’s in focus and of a famous person." To celebrate the opening of one of Andy Warhol’s Time Capsules we take a look at five of his dreamiest flicks. When it comes to some people, 15 minutes of fame is more like forever.
Shot in 1965, Poor Little Rich Girl shows a day in the life of model Edie Sedgwick. After waking up at four p.m. in her New York apartment, the black and white film shows the socialite chatting on the phone, lying on her bed, smoking a pipe, and ordering some orange juice. Later she’s seen talking to her friend Chuck Wein about various friends they know and how she spent her entire inheritance in just six months ("I just don’t know what to do?!")