One of the biggest controversies in the latest Netflix movie by Andrew Dominic Blonde It has been rated NC-17. A strong adult rating like this could block the number of theaters that would book a page-to-screen adaptation Recreates iconic Marilyn Monroe moments. while the Mindhunter The director defended the NC-17 rating, denying rumors about a graphic scene in the film.
according to daily screenIn the summer of 2021, there were rumors that Netflix was not satisfied with the controversial elements of the film such as a scene showing oral sex during a bloody menstruation. BlondeFilm director Andrew Dominic denied this outrageous rumor and actually found it “funny”. However, there is a sexual assault scene that comes from Joyce Carol Oates’ book on which the movie is based. The New Zealand-born Australian director doesn’t seem to care what the public thinks about the film’s strong rating There is something about it that offends everyone.
The reason for BlondeNC-17 . Rating It was due to “some sexual content”. In the past, Dominic was surprised by the film’s mature rating Because this can limit the advertising media for your movie and that “politics” has to do with the rating. He thinks it’s because Marilyn Monroe’s sex symbol status brought the rating rather than the content itself. He told Screen Daily that HBO’s trance It has more graphic content than anything else Blonde she has.
Andrew Dominic thanked Netflix for their support Blonde Although rated NC-17. While it may not be Netflix’s favorite part when it comes to streaming the movie, due to the successful streaming service, a wide range of streaming devices will be able to access the movie. exactly like Blonde Author: Joyce Carol OatesDominic believes that one thing the audience will not complain about is the performance of Cuban actress Ana de Armas. While there was another rumor that a lot of her stripes should be called because of her strong Cuban accent, there was “work involved” to help de Armas look like Marilyn Monroe. The 54-year-old director believes this actress “can do anything” and has “more speeds than anyone else”.
Blonde He was hoping for a premiere at this year’s Cannes Film Festival But he was unable to do so given that the festival’s rule is that all films in competition have a full theatrical release in France. Netflix reportedly made an offer to release the film for eight months in theaters so it could be presented to Cannes, but the offer was rejected by the French government. But, don’t feel too bad Blonde Its world premiere will be at the 79th Venice International Film Festival. We’ll be excited to see what honor the psychodrama will leave behind.
So when you watch BlondeDon’t be disappointed if you don’t see any erotic scenes depicted. You can see for yourself the real reasons why the upcoming streaming movie has an NC-17 rating Netflix subscription On September 28.