Synopsis by Nicole Gagne
For this memorable color film, director Andy Warhol turned his camera on Julia Warhola, his own mother, whom he filmed in her small basement apartment. A tiny woman in a hair net and house dress, she looks uncannily like her son and talks constantly in an almost unintelligible, heavy Czech accent. A friend continually heckles her in an affectionate way (accusing her of having lovers, trying to poison him, being an Oscar winner, etc.), while she makes him some scrambled eggs and irons his shirt.