Re: Oh, I think it's the opposite of The Doors interpretation
I managed to catch up on Wes Anderson's films in the last couple years and didn't know there was even any Nico in them. I wondered if Nico's devaluation awhile back had to do with increasing conservative politics in the world--Nico herself coming across like a checklist of everything a conservative would hate about Europeans (decadent, promiscuous, nihilistic, sad, grim, terrible mother, made unlikable avant-garde art) but I guess those people wouldn't know who she was in the first place. But if the movie is pushing "Lou's an a***hole," well that's been an increasingly popular and widespread point of view since he died, hasn't it? If not before!!
I'm currently getting ahold of England Is Mine, the dramatization of Morrissey meeting Johnny Marr that came out three or four years ago and which slipped under the radar even faster than that movie where Loki played Hank Williams. I had no idea there was a Nico *biopic*.