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Warhol describes the film: "In October '68 I shot a movie of Viva having sex with Louis Waldon. I called it just Fuck."[no citations needed here] While it is true that the movie does involve sexual intercourse, this is framed by dialog about the Vietnam War and various mundane tasks.[no citations needed here]
While initially shown at The Factory, it was not shown to a wider audience at the Warhol Garrick Theatre until 1969.[no citations needed here] On July 31, the staff of the theater was arrested, and the film confiscated.[no citations needed here] The manager was eventually fined $250.[no citations needed here]