Emily Ratajkowski to star in Marilyn Monroe ‘Blonde’
Emily Ratajkowski introduced a new biopic about Marilyn Monroe, Yellow for “fetishising women pain”.
In a recent TikTokThe actress and model said that although she had not gone to the movies, she was not satisfied with the late role of the icon.
“I’m not surprised to hear that it’s another movie that causes pain to women, even to death,” the 31-year-old said in the clip.
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“We love to ease the pain of women… We are obsessed with dead girls and serial killers,” added Ratajkowski, drawing comparisons with the likes of Amy Winehouse, Britney Spears and the Duchess. Diana, all women have faced tragedy in their lives.
Directed by Andrew Dominik and starring Ana de Armas, Yellow was heavily criticized upon release for its “bouncy” interpretation of Marilyn Monroe’s life.
“As a woman – I mean, I can say for sure about myself – but I’ve learned to deal with my own pain and my own pain in my life, to feel see it as something that can be worked on, that’s a good thing Ratajkowski said.
“I think we do it in different ways. But I want that to change.
“I’m thinking about it and you know the kind that’s hard to feel? Anger… Anger is hard to beat” My body the author explains, offering a “suggestion” to her viewers.
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“I think we all need to live a little more,” she said, “I’ll be in my b-tch era… I think we should all be in our b-tch era… .”
“I’m going to be — out of my mind watching this movie, I already know that, but (it’s) nothing new …” she predicted, “I’ll just be angry.”
Main actress Ana de Armas addressed these concerns before the film’s release, saying “Andrew (director Dominik) presents pain, nudity and vulnerability and he doesn’t hide it. too long! ‘ And I thought, ‘Well, yeah, and now you can imagine what she’s feeling.’
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“Yes, there are scenes that are difficult to watch. But I don’t think this movie is sensational or exploitative or gratuitous. In many of the scenes people are talking about, you really don’t see anything. You just know what. is happening and it comes from a place without love,” she said AnOther Magazine
“I think the audience will get annoyed – because she’s uncomfortable. When she feels dirty, you feel the scene is dirty. It’s all about the way it makes you feel.”
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