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andy warhol anthology [Italia] [DVD]

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Amazing Artist, There will never be another 25 de julio de 2016
Por mark hasstedt - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Amazing Artist, There will never be another!!!!!
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Warhol review 15 de mayo de 2010
Por T. A. Barbella - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Cinta VHS Compra verificada
The film was dated and focused more on Warhol's life as filmmaker than as an artist. I needed the film for my HS art class and found it tedious and somewhat inappropriate for students.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Looking for a BIO? Look elsewhere. 31 de octubre de 2004
Por Jonathan Sabin - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD
This DVD is reminiscent of those awful grade-school filmstrips millions of us endured in the 60s. (And I'm assuming the 50s and 70s, too!)

Here's a sample of the narration (I might not get it exact, as I watched the DVD a week ago):

"Marilyn, Number 3. 1963. Marilyn, Number 5. 1963. Liz, Number 7. 1959. Marilyn, Number 2. 1961. Elvis, Number 4. 1966."

And so on, and so on, and so on.

The only thing missing was the interminable "beep" that alerted a bored kid on the AV squad to advance the filmstrip to the next frame.

Several points:

Warhol died in 1987. Not in 1798. There IS some actual film footage of the man, that given the DVD format, COULD have been used.

He led a rather interesting life. More than a few minutes could have been spent discussing it, and rather than showing still images of artwork he had created, I would rather have seen more photographs of him and his family.

While he was known for producing multiple versions of the same artwork, perhaps a little more effort could have been made in showing the evolution from one image to the next. (Like a smooth cross-fade from one image to the next.) I didn't understand the point of showing 3 Marilyns, then 2 of Liz, then an Elvis, then back to Marilyn, and so on, ad nauseum.

All in all, the only reason I'm going 2 stars on this, is the fact that I thought he was a uniquely interesting character and I can't bring myself to hang a 1-star review on anything associated with him!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas this 1989 video was the first major profile of Warhol after his death in February 1987 24 de febrero de 2007
Por Paul Beauparlant - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Cinta VHS
this videotape runs 79 minutes. it was part of the London Weekend Television "South Bank Show".

my local library had it sitting on their shelf.

this is a good basic documentary introduction to the life of Andy Warhol(originally Warhola).

for a complete, full-blown documentary,the PBS produced "Andy Warhol-A Documentary Film" which came out in 2006 is the thing to get.

but, as i say, this little videotape will serve as a good foundation.

some of the highlights for me with this video is a glimpse of his film "Kitchen", about 30 seconds long.

another, from "Chelsea Girls", the "Pope Ondine" segment, Ondine slapping a girl around like a brat. she warns him in a gently stern voice "don't touch me" and he WACKS her again! i wish she went balistic on him!

an interview with brigid berlin shows her mocking her mother's horror after just coming from seeing her 'bohemian' daughter in "Chelsea Girls".

there are plenty of newsreals of Andy being interviewed

and Andy is always true to form, that is, squirling his way around every question, ducking, dodging, mimicking the interviewer, very reluctant to give a serious answer.

but so entertaining!

there are good discussions about his art, how it evolved, the public's and critic's reactions to it..his own 'thoughts' about it.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Andy Metamorphosis 9 de septiembre de 2009
Por O. Marie - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD
Yes. It looks like this DVD may be out of print (thus the high markup). It's worth looking for at your local library, but certainly a DVD to add to your collection if you are serious. It's a quicker, less intimate synopsis compared to the PBS documentary... With more of an emphasis, I feel, on Andy as an artist, than on his "life".

This DVD helped me to get a better understanding of Andy's process as a professional. It gives some better insights as to the crucial transformations he was going through from about 1964-1970.

Andy was in his 30's, successful, moneyed, and still in the process of finding himself. He was a chameleon; perhaps with good reason, because people who were openly gay were ostracized. Andy kept a lid on it. (After all, he was still living with his mother, who was in complete denial.) He learned how to hide behind his paintings, his clothing, his glasses and wigs. He changed his associations, mostly aligning himself with homosexual and transsexual personalities who he used in his films. He didn't exactly make friends with them so much as he allowed himself to live "through" them by use of his camera, and film.

As someone mentioned very briefly in this DVD, Andy was aware that there was a dark side to pop-culture. With his focus on sex and death, Andy was exploring the nature of impermanence in these projects. As a result, he managed to peeve off more than a few individuals!

"But that's a whole other story...!"


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