One wonders whether the documentary format would have better served the material than this ill-focused drama. Since real-life family and observers chime in over the end credits, perhaps the filmmakers were thinking the same thing. I think Sienna Miller does a really nice job of capturing Edie Sedgwick, who really was the fore-runner to Paris Hilton and a lot of other people who are just famous for being famous. It's a movie without that emotional spark that lets us connect with her, or anybody else. You feel as if either you or the filmmakers have missed the point, if there ever actually was one.