Someone picks up a sign that says "no drug use." (0:12)
Talking by telephone to a woman who appears to be a nurse with whom she connected at Silver Hill, Edie says, "I want to die." (0:17)
Andy Warhol opens a bottle labeled "Limbitrol," cuts a tablet in half with a razor, and places it in his mouth. (0:18)
During a reference to Edie having undergone treatment at Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, the first of many scenes in which she sounds as though she might be talking to a psychotherapist or counselor. (0:21, 0:32, 0:36, 0:43, 1:12) We only see the professional toward the end of the film. (1:31)
A woman injects a drug intramuscularly into her leg. She talks about taking "Adderall, disoxane [phonetic spelling of what may have represented Desoxyn], dextro methamphetamine." [Sic] Edie's friend Bridget says, "My parents had me doped up on those diet pills since I was 10." Edie says, "My parents plopped me on the 'benz' before I could drive." [Is this a play on words mixing names of the automobile manufacturer (Mercedes Benz) and the drug (Benzedrine)?] (0:37)
Edie is injected with an unidentified drug in her backside. (0:40)
Edie takes sugar cubes, presumably containing LSD, by mouth. (0:54)
Edie converses with a male character identified only as a musician but suggesting Bob Dylan. She tells him how her brother "hanged himself at Silver Hill." She said her other brother "Bobby ran his bike into a bus." (1:01)
Edie and the musician share a joint. (1:06)
A table in Edie's apartment holds a syringe and prescription bottles identified only with her name. (1:14)
Max (?) injects Edie with an unidentified drug. (1:26)
We learn that Edie died from an overdose of drugs in 1970.
Edie implies strongly that her father may have sexually abused her during her childhood.