Ana de Armas Exceeds All Anticipations in Superstar Exploitation Movie

Blonde is the style of biographical drama that can take nerve to make. Writer/director Andrew Dominik does the opposite of sugar-coating the story of Norma Jeane/Marilyn Monroe and his concept on the world’s movie star-obsessed lifestyle. Blonde commits the quite act that it’s meant to criticize, additional subjecting the Hollywood star’s legacy to trauma porn that doesn’t problem audiences the way it should.

‘Blonde’ tells a fictionalized variation of Marilyn Monroe’s daily life

'Blonde' Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe in black-and-white picture smiling at herself in the mirror
Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe | Netflix

Commencing in 1933 Los Angeles, Jeane (Lily Fisher/Ana de Armas) is a youthful female dwelling with her mom (Julianne Nicholson). However, the absence of Jeane’s father haunts her, as her mother abuses her for good reasons that she can’t realize. The youthful girl ultimately finds herself set on a complicated path to stardom as she faces the horrors of corrupt Hollywood executives.

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