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Emily Ratajkowski claims 'Blonde' fetishizes female agony and misery.

Emily Ratajkowski claims ‘Blonde’ fetishizes female agony and misery.

Emily Ratajkowski joined the list of people who don’t like the new Marilyn Monroe biopic, “Blonde.” She said that the movie made women’s pain and suffering look good. 

The model and best-selling author talked about how she felt about “Blonde,” which came out on Netflix on Wednesday, in a video she posted on TikTok on Friday. The movie is in black and white, and Ana de Armas plays the main role. It was directed by Andrew Dominik. Also in the cast are Adrien Brody and Bobby Cannavale. 

Netflix says that “Blonde” is a fictional portrait of Marilyn Monroe that “boldly reimagines” her troubled personal life and “the price she paid for fame.” Ratajkowski started her TikTok, which had more than 1.3 million views as of Sunday, by saying that she hadn’t seen the movie yet but had “heard a lot” about it. 

Ratajkowski, who is 31 years old, said, “It doesn’t surprise me that it’s another movie that fetishizes female pain, even when they die.” “There are so many ways we do that, but I want it to stop.” She uses stories from history to show how people like to hurt women. “Look at Britney Spears and Amy Winehouse, and see how much we talk about Diana’s death,” she said. 

What makes it hard to get excited? “Anger,” Ratajkowski said. I’ve already decided that this movie will make me mad. But this has happened to me before, so I’m going to get angry. ” 

“Blonde” is not liked by everyone, not just Ratajkowski. It’s also been criticized for how it shows abortion. In one scene, de Armas, who plays Monroe, seems to talk to an unborn child, who tells her not to “hurt it” like she did the last time, which is a reference to an earlier abortion. You won’t hurt me this time, will you? In the movie, the fetus says, “Why don’t you do what you did last time?” 

A person from Planned Parenthood named the scene by name in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that came out on Friday. Carolyn Spruch told the outlet, “Movies and TV shape a lot of people’s ideas about sexual and reproductive health, so it’s important that these shows show women’s real choices and experiences.” 

“Abortion is safe and important health care, but anti-abortion extremists have spent a long time making abortion look bad by saying things about fetuses and pregnancy that aren’t true from a medical point of view.” “In Andrew Dominik’s new movie, Blonde, a talking fetus made with CGI to look like a full-grown baby supports their message,” said Spruch. She also said that it was sad that the people who made “Blonde” chose to spread anti-abortion propaganda. 

Dominik told The Wrap that he thought the criticism from people who don’t like abortion was worse because the movie came out three months after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, a 1973 case that made abortion legal in the US. 
The director told the outlet, “I think everyone is doing the same thing when they want to look at ‘Blonde’ through this Roe v. Wade lens.” They have a plan that says women’s freedoms are being taken away, and when they look at ‘Blonde,’ they see a demon, but that’s not what it’s really about. ” 

Dominik said, “I think it’s hard for people to get out of the stories they tell themselves and see things for themselves.”


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