Sedgwick's next film for Warhol was , which was filmed in May 1965 but was not released until 1966.
It was to be based on John Byrum's fictionalized account of a working-class man who becomes enamored of her.
Lawrence University, upstate New York, November 1963.
When she meets a hungry young artist named , he promises to make her the star she always wanted to be.
Initially schooled at home and cared for by nannies, their lives were rigidly controlled by their parents.
However, her mental health deteriorated from drug abuse, and she struggled to complete the semi-autobiographical film.