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Simon Monjack Sunday 23rd May 2010 Van from the Los Angeles Dept. of Coroner outside the house of Simon Monjack following his fatal cardiac arrest at his home in the Hollywood Hills Los Angeles, California

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Simon Monjack Sunday 7th March 2010 leaves Chateau Marmont with an unknown female Los Angeles, California

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Joanie, Brittany Murphy and Simon Monjack Sunday 20th December 2009 with a friend enters Brittany Murphy's home and greeted by Murphy's husband Simon Monjack. LAPD are also on the scene. Los Angeles, California

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Brittany Murphy and Simon Monjack - Brittany Murphy and Simon Monjack Tuesday 5th February 2008 at Bryant Park New York City, USA

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Factory Girl Review


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At the outset, Factory Girl looks like thin material for a biopic: It covers the life of Edie Sedgwick, a college dropout propelled to "it" girl status by Andy Warhol in the sixties, only to lose herself, as "it" people often do, to drugs and fresher faces. The movie starts with her leaving college, ends well before her death at age 28, and (intentionally or not) presents a convincing case that she didn't do much with the years in between.

But so many filmed biographies cram from childhood to old age, resulting in filmed Cliff Notes, or a mini-series at twice the speed and half the scenes. That Factory Girl doesn't have to cover an Edie Sedgwick comeback -- that she dies young and off-camera -- is a perverse relief. George Hickenlooper's brief, sometimes impressionistic film is most illuminating when showing both the allure and the casualties of Warhol's free but detached Factory scene.

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