Ciao Manhattan (1972)


Directed by: John Palmer, David Weisman

Stars: Edie Sedgwick, Wesley Hayes, Isabel Jewell

Language: English + Commentary (2nd track) | Subtitles: English (embed)

commentary with John Palmer, David Weisman, and Wesley Hayes

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Brrip

Description:  This parallels the life of Andy Warhol Factory star Edie Sedgwick. The film chronicles “Susan Superstar’s” (Sedgwick) glory days in the late 1960s through her inevitable downfall and the tragic addiction that would claim her life only weeks after filming wrapped in 1971.


2.42GB | 90:11mins | 1918×1080 | mkv


====bluray extras====

The Lost Ciao! Manhattan Reels” additional footage

501MB | 27:16mins | 640×480 | mkv | English


Interview with biographer George Plimpton

90MB | 7:30mins | 630×472 | mkv | English


Interview with costume designer Betsey Johnson

140MB | 7:59mins | 634×476 | mkv | English


Interview with director David Weisman

114MB | 10:25mins | 628×472 | mkv | English


Interview with director Wesley Hayes

45MB | 4:35mins | 630×480 | mkv | English

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4 Responses to Ciao Manhattan (1972)

  1. Phaota says:

    For a bit more clarity on the commentary, it is with co-directors John Palmer and David Weisman, and actor Wesley Hayes.

  2. Tony says:

    Tragic story. She was kind of a looker, too.

  3. Mr.G. says:

    Awesome! Thanks.

    • Mr.G. says:

      PS: It’s how things look after the 15mins of Warholian fame. The line “I’d like to turn the whole world on for a moment, just for a moment” sampled tel-quel by Danielle Dax in her rendition of the Beatles Tomorrow Never Knows/1990. It’s that moment Sedgwick was after all her life. Half-naked costumes Betsey Johnson (John Cale’s first wife).

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