1 July 2002 | goodfreak
A typical Warhol film
Not particularly interesting, "Space" is 66 minutes, 2 reels, black and white. The first reel starts off in the guise of a standard narrative film, with a Warhol lackey spouting off the credits (it includes a "written by" credit) but the actors abandon the script immediately. Edie Sedgwick is most memorable in this film, mainly because Warhol, as in many of his other films, fetishizes Edie. By the second reel, the film has deteriorated into a sing-a-long. Admittedly, I dozed off for about 20 minutes during the second reel.