Factory Girl (2006) (part 4 of 10)

Cut to Edie in front of the Eiffel Tower, backed by generic ’60s rock, jumping around with a bright yellow boa and generally making an ass out of herself.

And—oh my—it appears that the whole of France is getting the Factory Girl treatment. The generic ’60s rock is, in fact, generic French ’60s rock, and we’re assaulted by rapid shots of the Arc de Triomphe, the Venus de Milo, and the Mona Lisa. Nice hitting of all the landmarks. So, we’re in Paris, you say?

What’s that, you ask? Does every single shot use a slightly different type of film stock? However did you guess?

Caption contributed by Zac

She’s smiling because her cameo is almost over.

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Zac Smith

I was born in 1987 to a criminal psychologist and an Australian immigrant. In 2008 I published my first recap for the Agony Booth. I believe that about sums it up.

Multi-Part Article: Factory Girl (2006)

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