Blonde: An exclusive look at Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe

Blonde Not a traditional biographical film, a literary genre that often celebrates its theme by focusing only on the most unusual episodes of her life. While that, Blonde Focuses on Destiny: a woman searching for love and becoming a great babe. With her resilience and innate sex appeal, she will be loved, wanted, desired, and possessed by many lovers, including President John F. Kennedy. But it would never materialize, until her death at the age of 36.

The script is adapted from the bestseller of the year 2000 Blonde, by Joyce Carol OatesThe great American writer is often rumored to be a nominee for the Nobel Prize in Literature and winner of the Femina Foreign Language Award for his Falls in 2005. Blonde Inspired by the actress’ life, but claims to be a novel, not an autobiography. Over the phone, Oates explained to me that Marilyn Monroe is a bit like Emma Bovary’s downfall in Hollywood. “Both young women with a very romantic and possibly unrealistic view of love. Marilyn was so insecure, and so demanding, that it was hard for anyone to love her or even help her. Several men, including her second husband, baseball player Joe Dimaggio, tried, Though, before they back off, they freaked out.”


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