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Blonde Trailer Released, Netflix’s First NC-17 Film About Marilyn Monroe

Netflix has released the trailer of its first NC-17 film. White, Ana de Armas is depicted as an icon in the Marilyn Monroe project. Of course, with that rating, the project gained a lot of buzz as director Andrew Dominic tried to find somewhere that would host his film. This year, viewers will be able to see what all the fuss is in for themselves. NC-17 rating for White Because of “some sexual content”. In the Motion Picture Association of America, very few mainstream films are classified in this way. Although, White Willing to move forward in an effort not to dilute the project’s vision. Dominic actually spoke about the decision to make the film despite the ratings dustup. He told The Playlist that there were some surprises, but he understands the MPAA’s decision in the matter. Here’s what the filmmaker had to say.

“Yeah, it was a little surprising, that it got that rating,” Dominic said. “It was actually #MeToo that allowed White Happen. It was a golden moment where you had to believe in a woman’s point of view, no matter what. Whereas before I think people were really uncomfortable with how White Some depicted American sacred cows. And then it became a golden moment, where it didn’t matter whether they were sacred cows or not, and so it was created, what was allowed to happen in the end.”

“Here’s the thing, though, it’s not that I’m indifferent to what they say, you know? NC-17 isn’t a good thing for your movie, you can’t be on some billboards and you can’t do certain things.” But you advertise and because of that rating, all kinds of restrictions are imposed on you.” “So, getting an NC-17 isn’t cool, you know, and it’s not something I wanted to film. Also, I don’t think it’s something that’s film-worthy, it’s really community Doesn’t reflect the standards, I think it’s more of a political thing.”

“Well, White There’s going to be some kind of theatrical release,” Dominic continued. “I mean, you can’t have a billboard, and … what I don’t understand is that Netflix has given the MPAA signatory Why did you sign? I mean, there must be some advantage. I can’t understand why someone would put themselves under that censorship if they didn’t, but… you know, really, I probably shouldn’t be speculating on that stuff because I’m really not [know enough about it.],

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