The conversation rose from its world premiere at the 2022 Venice International Film Festival. And now that it has finally premiered on the Netflix platform, this biopic of Marilyn Monroe—with its fair creative licenses—will undoubtedly fuel conversation around the world and in a much wider audience. However, what upsets Anne of Armsthe leading actress, is that there will be users more interested in searching for and disseminating her nudes than Blondeinstead of paying attention to the relevant topics of the tape.
A few days ago, in an interview with VarietyAna de Armas spoke of certain clips that appear in Blonde and which portray nudes of her characterized as Monroe. Although she did not hesitate to film them, she was aware from the beginning that these scenes would go viral, for the sake of simply satisfying the morbid gaze of countless Internet users, which the actress describes as “disgusting”.
“It’s annoying just thinking about it,” he told the outlet. “I can not control it; you can’t really control what they do and how they take things out of context. I don’t think I have had any doubts. It just gave me a bad taste to think about the future of those clips.”
Blonde, from director Andrew Dominik, chronicles the life of the iconic Marilyn Monroe from her childhood to her rise to fame, emphasizing the dark side of her Hollywood stardom; that is to say, the love affairs, the drug addiction and the abuses of power of which she was a victim of her. In addition to this, the strong sexual content of the film earned it a classification not suitable for children under 18 years. And it is that he effectively took the portrait of Monroe —and the interpretation of Ana de Armas— beyond any limit.
“I did things in this movie that I would never have done for anyone else, ever. i did it for her [por Marilyn] and I did it for Andrew, “confessed the histrion.
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Likewise, the Cuban stressed that the only attention she wants to receive is that derived from her acting career and performance. “When the attention is not about my work, it’s annoying, it feels disrespectful and inappropriate, as well as dangerous and insecure,” she said, referring to the paparazzi with whom she has dealt since she became a renowned actress in Spain.
“It was one of the things that brought me closer to Marilyn,” he added, regarding being in the spotlight for things other than acting. “She loved what she did. She loved her profession and respected her very much. She just didn’t get [ese respeto] back”.
Blonde It arrived this Wednesday, September 28, at the Netflix Latin America catalog. Have you already seen it? What did you think?
Antonio G. Spindola I have very bad memory. Out of solidarity with my memories, I choose to lose myself too. Preferably in a movie theater.