i don't know if it has been mentioned before, so my apologies if it has, but I think
Warhol was pretty self-obsessed and this film just shows how much he wants others to think he's...evocative and intimidating. in my eyes, the film is more concerned with it's attack on the audience and the art in taking people's emotions and comfort levels to the extremes, and he did that, right? it is even more of an attack especially since cinema is usually seen by many people together, instead of alone by one. but yeah i won't lie, it was interesting to see human nature at it's rawest and most vulnerable state, especially when the angle coming horizontally from below made me feel like the viewer was on top of him.

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wait, what?

wait, what?