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Chelsea GirlsAlis par Andy Warhol et Paul MorrisseyC'est le premier succs commercial d'Andy Warhol aprs plusieurs courts mtrages d'avant garde Le film a t tourn l'Hotel Chelsea et d'autres endroits de New YorkIl est film en cran divis et alterne le noir et blanc et la couleur Chelsea Girls Photos et images de collection Getty Images Trouvez la perfection en matire de photos et images d'actualit de Chelsea Girls sur Getty Images Tlchargez des images premium ue vous ne trouverez nulle part ailleurs Chelsea Girls LaCinetek Chelsea Girls de Andy Warhol h tats Unis Ajouter une playlist Recommand parOlivier Assayas bande annonce Bonus Exclusifs Bonus Archives photo La fiche film En Warhol filme les Warhol Superstars rsidents du Chelsea Hotel de New York Ses amis tels ue Brigid Berlin Nico ou encore Ondine interprtent leur propre rle Alternant entre le noir et blanc et la. i think if i would re read this collection of memoir esue vignettes by Eileen Myles i would probably read one a week out of order until i was finished Then each one would stand on its own and be able to to savored or scorned by its own merits Unfortunately i read it pretty much cover to cover well almost couldn't uite finish it and honestly became uite bored with it At times brutal hilarious fierce blase superficial a well of unending sadness these glimpses of life of lives that would otherwise mostly be at turns over looked or fetishized is a worthy read I recommend reading it like it was a collection of individual histories stories i think then it would capture the lightdark of her voice

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Chelsea Girls review » 103 ↠ [PDF / Epub] ☃ Chelsea Girls By Eileen Myles – Chelsea Girls de Andy Warhol Paul Morrissey Film de Andy Warhol Paul Morrissey avec Nico Ondine Ingrid Superstar toutes les infos essentielles la critiue Tlrama la bande annonce les diffusions TV et l Chelsea Girls de Andy Warhol Paul MorrisChelsea Girls de Andy Warhol Paul Morrissey Film de Andy Warhol Paul Morrissey avec Nico Ondine Ingrid Superstar toutes les infos essentielles la critiue Tlrama la bande annonce les diffusions TV et les replay L'œuvre Chelsea Girls Centre Pompidou Andy Warhol Andrew Warhola dit Chelsea Girls Reproduction d'une œuvre Lien externe Diffusion image l’Agence Photo de la RMN Grand Palais L'Auteur Andy Warhol Andrew Warhola dit propos de la personne Les collections Cinma Collection du Muse national d'art moderne Centre de cration industrielle Casting du film Chelsea Girls Ralisateurs acteurs et Retrouvez tout le casting du film Chelsea Girls ralis par Andy Warhol et Paul Morrissey avec Brigid Berlin Patrick Flemming Ed Hood Gerard Malanga Chelsea Girls infos et avis du film Chelsea Girls de Andy Warhol synopsis casting Chelsea Girls de Andy Warhol avec Ni. When I was seventeen I had a mad crush on a musician who lived in my town He was in his twenties and on the cusp of fame in the about to explode Pacific Northwest grunge scene of the late 1980s Years later I would flip through a scrapbook and find a poster from a concert held at a community center in town during the autumn I crushed on that manboy Well would you just look at that Fall 1986 Nirvana headlining the Hal Holmes Community Center I'd forgotten about the concert held in the same auditorium where the library offered its semi annual book sale and the community choir practiced until a scrap of a flyer brought it back My Proustian moment A poster for your madeleine No the musician of my senior year crush was not a member of Nirvana He's still out there recording touring clean after years of addiction But in those brief weeks we hung out I read what he read which was a lot of Richard Brautigan My Richard Brautigan phase I think I probably should have read Chelsea Girls then too I might have found a closer connection to the young Eileen drunk and drugged and drifting between Boston and New York in the 1960s and 70s An era that has always captivated me with its rawness its coolness its profound awakening Mostly I found Chelsea Girls to be profoundly sad I'm not entirely certain what to make of something called an autobiographical novel which appears to be publisher speak for memoir except to take these stories at face value and assume they are true These are the events which shaped Myles the poet a creative life she terms as a cultural accident They are raw wild strange aching innocent confusing brutal funny What else could they be for an accidental incidental monumental poet I fell into Chelsea Girls after reading an outstanding interview with Eileen Myles in The Paris Review 214 Fall 2014 loving what bits of her poetry I've encountered and realizing Myles was yet another large hole in the Literary Education of Julie I'm glad to have read Chelsea Girls but there was something about the diffident style of it that left me on the outside a bit cold holding onto the thin bars of the playground looking in not sure if I really wanted to be invited to play

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Good lord but it’s hard to write reviews these days I seem to have said it all before and I wonder how I had the gall to say it in the first place But then I read something like Chelsea Girls and I feel as if I have to say something if only to complete that indirect self portrait I sketched with all those other reviews Fact I love this book I think it’s genius at least in parts I’ve even developed a kind of a crush on its author no doubt aided by the Mapplethorpe cover photo I call her Eileen – never Myles In contrast though I loved her book just as much Janet Frame is always Frame when I discuss her I feel a kind of direct or semi direct link I guess to the “real”inner Eileen Myles probably as much from the language as what it describes “I would like to tell everything once just my part because this is my life not yours” Man this is raw but with a tone I don’t think I’ve encountered before Halfway through it struck me she’s kind of a Knut Hamsun for the 1980s half starving and writing on napkins and stubbornly convinced of her genius Then later I thought this could almost be Raymond Carver – the lack of affect the drunken tragic aspect – except it couldn’t be not at all because Carver is so contrived compared to this; Carver is fiction whereas in Eileen Myles’s case well who can tell There’s a story here “1969” about what I presume is what certainly seems to be the young Eileen’s real experience of Woodstock and it is brutal Excoriating “You can’t force a story that doesn’t want to be told” I can only presume this story wanted to be told I say it’s about Woodstock but really it’s about the lead up to it about the young Eileen or Leena in a sharehouse one summer getting drunk and slowly breaking up with a boyfriend and carrying around Crime and Punishment and hoping she’ll finish it but continually getting distracted by parties and pick ups and some hopped up hulk who sexually abuses her in her own home while her friends stand watchingWho was responsible for the Ice Man showing up The Ice Man was Jimmy Burns big big guy who tended to pin girls like me against the wall in front of their boyfriends and say “You know I think you’re really cute” and cop a feel and give them a big wet smooch and no one dared lift a finger It was really terrifying To be pinned like that by one of the biggest guys you had ever seen who was drunk out of his mind in front of ten of your good friends who just stared in horror “She doesn’t know I’m teasing Do ya Linda” The Ice Man was reputed to have killed and maimed many kids in Watertown during his wonder yearsMeantime this acid head named Paul is out on the porch laughing – “a good position to take” says Eileen given visitors like the Ice Man And somehow because despite that “everything clicked for a moment that summer” and she was suddenly beautiful she doesn’t have a date it transpires that Paul will accompany her to Woodstock It’s uite a trip Before she even gets there she’s drunk so much so that she flips out in wonder at a young couple’s baby at a roadstop and then blacks out in the backseat of the car and doesn’t wake till next morning whereupon she drinks warm wine and smokes pot all day and winds up as followsLying on the ground in the mud in the rain I felt like the whole place had been turned into a giant mouth It was terrifying The sounds of feet traipsing all night long up and down the muddy hills turned into a gigantic rhythm like a mouth smacking its lips continually A speedfreak with spidery repetitious gestures danced in front of us all night long Kind of a conductor Way down at the bottom of the hill the musicians were like dark trees lined in light wavering in front of our eyes One just one uttered some distant part of my will or mental faculty forcing my attention to stagger along with the entertainment This was history It was really horrible but my alternative was to try and sleep on the muddy rag ImpossibleLucky for her Jimi Hendrix offers some last minute transcendence His “Star Spangled Banner” announces “the end of America the thing we were all waiting for and had come to hear” And then they’re off Leena and Paul who have somehow incongruously become almost a couple back to Boston as conuering heroes where Leena meets her old or really current boyfriend and “because he was the real world where I belonged” gets back together with him and never calls Paul even when they meet one night and she likes him and And then she never sees him again except for once and well you’ll have to read it for yourself Suffice it to say it’s like a punch in the gut The whole story A sucker punch 1969 How could it have been otherwise How could we have believed what we were toldI don’t want to wallow in love for Eileen Myles especially since typically I’m unsure what I love about her so much It’s true some stories fall flat here as compared to others but the whole is also than the sum of its parts – a kind of jagged self portrait “If the end of one’s youth is a thin slice of cheese I ate mine standing in that room” she writes in “My Couple” and by then three uarters through the book you know just what she means In “Violence Towards Women” what a story she writes of a young woman gang raped at her country town high school who changes her name changes cities and moves on “They’re all men’s names what’s the difference Her name is Jane Janey” I was floored Such a simple truth they’re all men’s names Of course Well it took Eileen Myles to really bring it home to me But it’s not all heavy I’ll end on a light note She’s watching a magician at a kid’s party and comes up with thisHe was such a kit magician – wands with banners that said boom on one side and had a picture of a rabbit on the other I was fascinated by the relative sincerity of his delivery I started to think of this suburban backyard magician as someone less smart but slightly successful than most poets I know It’s not like we can farm ourselves out to bar mitzvahs and weddings like saxophone players can or this guy Even a clown can work the kid circuit How have poets managed so utterly to get no piece of the pie It’s some kind of trick a vanishing act that we have performed on ourselvesYeah well not so effectively in Eileen Myles’s case as it transpires though this book testifies to the hunger years Sort of Did I mention the sex That’s one thing Knut Hamsun’s protagonists never seemed to get much of But Eileen once she navigates her way through hetero goes from sexual strength to strength And the honesty of this – of her transition from outwardly straight to entirely gay – is another thing I don’t think I’ve ever encountered She’s scarred by hetero sex sure but never really forsakes it just moves on and misses aspects of it and doesn’t miss others but it’s clear she’s thrilled by who she is Still and all it’s a sad if exuberant ride It’s wild Funny Graceful and wise I love this book I really do Thank you Eileen