First released in 2006, this film from David Bailey has enjoyed a lot of attention for banned upon its initial release in 1973.
In the early 1970s, David Bailey, a renowned photographer began to work in film and began making high-profile documentaries for ATV. His reputation allowed him unprecedented access to some amazing people and places one of which was Andy Warhol and his followers. Exploring his art work and work in film, this documentary features candid discussions revolving around sexuality, Warhol’s life at The Factory and his experience of being shot. It was initially banned for being ‘offensive’, that ban was later overturned.
Amongst more of David Bailey’s work to release are documentaries on photographer Cecil Beaton and highly regarded Italian film director Luchino Visconti, and finally a booklet containing the full transcripts (including deleted scenes) for Warhol.
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