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'I've always kind of done exactly what my instincts said.I have a good brain on me but I've never really used it when it came to making decisions about love, which has been a blessing and a curse.' She added: 'I definitely have been foolish.Pearce makes Warhol, accurately, into a shrinking-violet creep genius, a poison-tongued media ghost who skulks through parties and galleries hidden under a white wig and sunglasses, not to mention the cuttingly indifferent, it’s-all-great/it’s-all-a-big-joke attitude that’s really another part of his costume.By the time Warhol meets Edie, he has already turned the Factory, his silver-walled studio, into a crash pad for flamboyant druggies and fame whores — people who, like Warhol, manufactured their identities, reducing life to a series of decadent surfaces. The director, George Hickenlooper, who has a background in documentaries, evokes the Factory’s amphetamine-fueled aristocratic lethargy — the beautiful people sitting around and competing for Andy’s attention — as well as the communion between Sedgwick and Warhol, who grooms her to be a star of his underground films, in which sitting around became an ”art form.” As an image, a presence, Edie Sedgwick had a spectacular vibe, yet when she sat like a kitten in such ramblingly morose Warhol freak shows as — films that, seen now, have all the watchability of a random night of public-access TV — she receded into the scenery. She was a model, no more and no less, not so much a girl who did things as a girl who things happened to. Miller nails Sedgwick’s captivating self-regard, and she has a vivid fragility when Edie gets lost on drugs, yet we never feel an emotional link to her.In scenes for her new action movie GI Joe: The Rise Of Cobra, Sienna Miller had to fight in six-inch heels.So no wonder strutting around New York in towering stilettos proved a breeze for the actress yesterday as she continued promotional duties for her film.
'I probably seem like not a particularly nice person, not a girl's girl,' the 27-year-old actress confided.
'And the situation I got into [with Getty] was not ideal but it happened and if I could go back and be more responsible, I would.
'Well, I probably would be less naive about ignoring the fact that people care.
Followed her heart: With Balthazar Getty in New York last year And yet this acknowledgement of questionable behaviour came with the excuse that it was all just part of her rebellious character.
'I think if you put a camera in anyone's life and document it daily for six years, from the age of 21 to 27, there are going to be things that aren't always pretty,' she declared.
Her visit to New York is the latest in a whistle stop world tour which has seen her chalk up visits to Sydney, London, Berlin, Tokyo and Seoul in the last two weeks.