Netflix’s Marilyn Monroe Biopic Will Offend Everyone

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Netflix’s Upcoming Marilyn Monroe Movie “Blonde” Will Offend Everyone, Says Director Andrew Dominik. Familiar to viewers since his film The Casino Heist starring Brad Pitt, the director has now made a documentary for the streaming service about the iconic actress and sex symbol of the 20th century.

Marilyn Monroe’s upcoming film starring Ana de Armas has received the strictest NC-17 rating on Netflix for the first time. In other words, minors should not watch this film even in the presence of their parents. The director of the picture, Andrew Dominic, was surprised by this fact, but he refused to delete explicit scenes.

Dominic directed his “Blonde” adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates’ novel of the same name, but Monroe’s personal life is considered fictional there, so it cannot be considered a true biography.

Dominic decided to focus on Monroe’s childhood and how a simple girl, Norma Jean, being practically an orphan, then became the main sex symbol of all time and all people.

As you know, during her childhood the future star visited several orphanages, lived with her aunt, a friend of her own mother, and the guardians who took her to their house. The girl who managed to become attractive had to repeatedly suffer sexual harassment, then marry at the age of 16, to avoid being sent to a shelter again.

The director also added that the film will reveal the story of how fame impacted the life of Monroe, who tragically passed away at the age of 36.

Recall that the release of the film should take place on Netflix in the fall of 2022, but the streaming service has not yet announced the exact date.

Source: delfi

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