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Where can i find this?


Where can i find this film? I'd love to see this adaptation of the Burgess story.

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Hello, I found a site that you can get it from:
http://www.geocities.com/malcolmtribute/aco/vinyl.html
I have not yet seen this movie but would also like to see it (even though it supposedly sucks) Well I hope that I helped you.
P.S. his email is [email protected]

"Well if it isn't fat stinking billy goat Billy Boy in poison!"

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It's available on PAL DVD in Italy:

http://www.rarovideo.com/eng/schede/cof_vinyl_velvet.htm
DVD Box Set Andy Warhol: Vinyl – The Velvet Underground & Nico

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its in the book "1001 movies to see before you die", the only warhol film in it. so dont do it down so easily

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Better save this one for last. This movie was absolute torture. The main "actor" flatly read his lines from a cue card and everyone else mumbled so it's hard to understand anything. The camera barely moves. People are sitting around doing nothing. Outside noises are heard, lines are flubbed and forgotten left and right, and the music is so loud that it drowns out the dialogue. If the director wasn't Andy Warhol, this would get laughed out of anywhere it played (maybe it was laughed at).

WORST MOVIE EVER!

If you still want to see this movie, just read this review. It perfectly describes the movie:

http://www.geocities.com/malcolmtribute/aco/vinyl.html

NoMatterHowMuchYouThinkYouLoveSomebody,You'llStepBackWhenThePoolOfTheirBloodEdgesUpTooClose.

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I love it. I thought it was way better than Kubrick's ACO; though, I have not read the book.

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Also,the dialog was mostly improv, so...

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"I thought it was way better than Kubrick's ACO"

How truly disturbed you must be! This film is absolute junk of the highest magnitude. I give this 2/10 and that is merely for the music. If like me you are trying to watch all of Schneider's 1001 Movies, I implore you, whatever you do, do not buy this anywhere, you will seriously regret it. Its appearance in the book has nothing to do with quality and everything to do with being controversial. If you are serious about seeing it, try and download it somewhere from the internet.

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Having seen Schneider's list, I'd say between 1/4 and 1/3 of the films on it can safely be ignored.

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Really? I've seen about 90% of that list and I think the vast majority of them are good to great.

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I found this on one of the Torrent downloads a few years back. Almost unbearable to watch. Basically, they were just filming "actors" (who could not act) on a stage. One previous poster mentioned the lead reading from cue cards.....yeah, that is what it looked like.

Terrible in every way that a movie can be terrible.....not that this much different than most of what Warhol shot on film....pure dreck. He was a good painter and photographer.....but a terrible filmmaker.

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