Absolut Warhola (2001)
tanislaw Mucha's film traces the roots of America's Pop icon Andy Warhol, whose family heritage can be traced to a small town in Eastern Europe. His family has always lived there and always will. Everyone has his or her own vision of the region's most famous son. Nobody knew him, but everyone talks about him. With a humanistic touch, the film swings from the art of Warhol to his relatives' humanity and cheerfulness in the face of poverty. Absolut Warhola is a captivating and entertaining film.