Stifle that yawn. Vincent and Shelly Dunn Fremont's documentary about Warhol Factory fixture Brigid Berlin isn't simply another "Andy and me" memoir. This sleek and cleverly assembled film is a brutally honest portrait of an obsessive personality, a woman whose mania for control over her weight and the world around her fed her demons and fueled her art. Berlin the daughter of powerful, ultra-conservative Hearst Corporation chairman Richard Berlin and his socialite wife, Honey was born into the upper echelon of New York City society where, from a very young age, she ate with abandon. Her chic mother, embarrassed by her daughter's ballooning weight, had h...