If you want to watch this movie, don't plan anything important for the next 25 hours. It was directed by a famous pop-artist Andy Warhol in 1967. The name of the film is a kind of satire on film critics' rating system, where four stars are the highest rating. During the shooting Warhol documented the life of Factory with its “superstars". The camera was turned on and off time after time, making the punctuation between the images. No other edits were made in the finished film. Four stars were screened only once in the Wurlitzer Building now demolished. Unlike other Warhol's films, this time he decided that two reels should be screened on top of each other.
**** (Four Stars)
7th place in "Top Ten Longest Movies In History"
**** (Four Stars) by Andy Warhol is one of the longest movies in the world. The famous pop-artist documented the life of Factory with its "superstars".