Many, many thanks to the original posters.
The view changed to a top, mirrored-ceiling, reflective vantage point, as the two lay motionless after kissing and making love - possibly metaphorically suggesting her duplicity.
The opening image was of a wall covered with ancient Roman graffitti and crudely drawn naked women.
This is only a beginning.
He allegedly believed the film was Rated X for its controversial political tone and frequent obscenities rather than specifically for its nudity.
When it was projected in mid-1969 in Warhol's own Garrick Theatre in Greenwich Village for its debut theatrical release, it was seized by police authorities and charged with being obscene , and three of the staff were arrested.
And the fig is finished, the year is over.
Warhol considered his film an inspiration for Bernardo Bertolucci's Last Tango in Paris 1972 , another controversial film with a similar plot about a couple who often met for dialogue and sexual intimacy.