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Summary In 1968, mad, radical-feminist genius Valerie Solanas shot pop-art icon Andy Warhol, seriously wounding him. This film traces her bizarre life leading to that moment, including the writing of her "SCUM Manifesto," which decrees males biologically obsolete. [MGM]

I Shot Andy Warhol
Metascore Generally Favorable Based on 20 Critic Reviews
75
User Score Mixed or Average Based on 8 User Ratings
6.0
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Summary In 1968, mad, radical-feminist genius Valerie Solanas shot pop-art icon Andy Warhol, seriously wounding him. This film traces her bizarre life leading to that moment, including the writing of her "SCUM Manifesto," which decrees males biologically obsolete. [MGM]

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Metascore
Generally Favorable Based on 20 Critic Reviews
75
75% Positive
15 Reviews
20% Mixed
4 Reviews
5% Negative
1 Review

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Metascore
Generally Favorable Based on 20 Critic Reviews
75
75% Positive
15 Reviews
20% Mixed
4 Reviews
5% Negative
1 Review

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User Score
Mixed or Average Based on 8 User Ratings
6.0
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5 Ratings
25% Mixed
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13% Negative
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User Score
Mixed or Average Based on 8 User Ratings
6.0
63% Positive
5 Ratings
25% Mixed
2 Ratings
13% Negative
1 Rating

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Production Company Playhouse International Pictures, The Samuel Goldwyn Company, BBC Arena, Killer Films
Release Date May 1, 1996
Duration 1 h 43 m
Rating R
Tagline You only get one shot at fame.
Sundance Film Festival
• 1 Win & 2 Nominations
Stockholm Film Festival
• 1 Win & 2 Nominations
National Board of Review, USA
• 1 Win & 1 Nomination