Factory Girl (2006) (part 9 of 10)

Edie’s back in her apartment, so I guess her supposedly evil landlady didn’t kick her out, after all. Edie walks all double-vision-y across the room, cigarette in hand, and collapses on the bed. Given that her room is still piled with knickknacks, I can’t help but wonder why she’s spending so much time unsuccessfully begging random acquaintances for money. Surely some of her jewelry must be worth something. She’s even still got the damn leather rhino!

Caption contributed by Zac

Oh, good, now there are two of her.

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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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