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I Shot Andy Warhol: Includes Valerie Solanas's SCUM Manifesto Paperback – June 17, 1996
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The screenpay chronicles the life of Valerie Solanas, a radical feminist, author of the 'SCUM Manifesto', and shows her attempts at getting a play produced by Pop Artist Andy Warhol.
This book includes the screenplay for the film, an introduction by Mary Harron, eight pages of pictures, and Valerie Solanas's 'SCUM Manifesto'.
It will definitely be enjoyed by fans of the film who have an interest in Valerie Solanas, with more information of her in the introduction, and one of her works.
For fans of the movie, I reccomend the book 'POPism' about the Warhol Sixties, for more information about the Factory Scene. I also reccomend 'Factory Girl', a film about Edie Sedgwick. It's not as good as 'I Shot Andy Warhol', and has factual inaccuracies, but is all-around an enjoyable film.