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Andy1969

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In 1968, Wakefield Poole filmed an exhibition of Andy Warhol's work at the Whitney Museum. He edited ANDY "in-camera" as he filmed it, then created a collage soundtrack and presented a print to Warhol as a birthday gift. When BOYS IN THE SAND opened in New York, Poole showed ANDY before each screening.

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Interesting collage. Good little film. I had not seen four-eyed Elvis or Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra or the electric chair; also wondered whether he only did one soup can or all of them and note that the famous Obama poster of 2008 was a knock-off -- yet one more betrayal lol. The soundtrack was kind of annoying but it fit.

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Interesting collage. Good little film. I had not seen four-eyed Elvis or Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra or the electric chair; also wondered whether he only did one soup can or all of them and note that the famous Obama poster of 2008 was a knock-off -- yet one more betrayal lol. The soundtrack was kind of annoying but it fit.

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I love it. I made it. The restoration is first rate. It looks as good as when it was made!

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Oh my god. Knowing Andy's work pretty well, I cannot tell you how well done and accurate this film is. The use of the sound / music in combination with the images was so well timed... the whole film was like taking a walk through his life, and it was beautiful.

great early andy artwork. - looks like he had a genius talent for depicting ms Monroe. this film is a super introduction tool for art instruction, etc. - one of the best in this type of art imagery. little known fact - he made a movie with no sound - nobody would show the film without sound - andy solved the problem by playing two radios on different stations during the playing of the movie.