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Victor Bockris:

"At the beginning of 1967, Warhol began working on three new films [Loves of Ondine, Imitation of Christ and Vibrations] in the Chelsea Girls mode, using the same actors and methods of improvised dialogue and one-take filming... Vibrations was again about the Kennedy assassination, black magic, and 'love situations', as Andy described them, in which actors like Rene Ricard and Ivy Nicholson were thrown together to insult and hit one another... Vibrations was to be the Warhol marathon endurance test - forty-eight hours of film that would run for twenty-four hours on a split screen." (L&D266)

Vibrations is described in Andy Warhol Screen Tests: The Films of Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné, Vol. 1, as "the original working concept from 1966 for the immensely long film that would eventually become the twenty-five hour **** (Four Stars)." (AD141)

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