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I Shot Andy Warhol

I Shot Andy Warhol

(Regie: Mary Harron – Großbritannien/USA, 1996)

Valerie Solanas verbringt nach ihrem Psychologiestudium ihre Zeit damit, ihre selbstverfassten revolutionären Texte in Umlauf zu bringen und Mitglieder für die von ihr gegründete S.C.U.M.-Gesellschaft (Society for Cutting Up Men) zu werben.

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'American Psycho' Team Reuniting to Tell Story of Charles Manson, a Real American Psycho

Mary Harron and screenwriter Guinevere Turner, who teamed up in 2000 to create the modern slasher classic American Psycho, are getting back together, this time for  163 more words


'American Psycho' Team Mary Harron & Guinevere Turner Reunite For Manson Pic 'The Family'

EXCLUSIVE: The team behind the 2000 cult classic American Psycho is reuniting for look at real-life American psycho Charles Manson. Director Mary Harron and screenwriter Guinevere Turner are set for  217 more words

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Films "Subversive and Sleek"

“Todd Haynes: The Other Side of Dreams,” the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s comprehensive survey of the great director’s films opens with a sneak preview of his latest, the engrossing and moving… 403 more words


Small sample size shows lack of female directors in film industry

This calendar year has been an empowering one for women in many facets of American culture. Female MMA fighter Ronda Rousey is considered the best fighter in the world, and she donned the cover of Sports Illustrated. 330 more words

American Psycho

Technically Literary Adaptation Month was supposed to end in September… but I couldn’t resist one more! American Psycho isn’t exactly a book you’ll find on your high school reading list, anyway (though it should be!). 367 more words

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#DirectedbyWomen AMERICAN PSYCHO: Transforming sexism into feminism

Artwork by Chloe Leeson

The 1991 novel American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis immediately met with controversy. The novel is not an easy read. It is filled with long-winded and overly detailed descriptions of the food Patrick Bateman eats, the expensive suits that he wears and the music that he listens to. 1,574 more words