Emily Ratajkowski calls out Netflix's Blonde film on TikTok

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Emily Ratajkowski calls out Netflix's Blonde film on TikTok

In a recent TikTok video, Emily Ratajkowski said she didn't like the new Marilyn Monroe movie, Blonde, on Netflix.

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Since it came out on September 23, there has been criticism of the movie (later dropped on Netflix on September 28th). Critics say that the movie,

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, which makes up a story about Monroe's life, focuses too much on her pain. People have also said that the way Blonde shows sexual assault and abortion is wrong.

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Ratajkowski, a model and actress, went on TikTok to say that the movie "fetishizes" women's pain, even though she hasn't seen the whole thing yet.

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In a video that has been watched more than two million times, she told viewers, "I've been hearing a lot about this Marilyn Monroe movie, Blonde, which I

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haven't seen yet, but I'm not surprised to hear that it's another movie that fetishizes female pain, even after death."

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Ratajkowski went on, "We really like it when women are hurt." Look at Amy Winehouse and Britney Spears.

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Look at how much we care about the death of Princess Diana and how much we care about dead girls and serial killers." She went on, "If you watch any CSI

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episode, it's like women's pain and death are being fetishized in a crazy way." The actress then talked about how she liked to fetishize

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my own pain and my own hurt in my life." "I'm like, 'Oh, fucked up girl,' whatever," she said. She then went on to say, "I think we all need to be a little bit angrier,

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and I'm done with making pain and suffering in women into a fetish." "Bitch Era 2022." Ratajkowski said at the end of the video, "I already know that this movie is going to make me mad.

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