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Ana de Armas Blasts the Motion Picture Association For Giving ‘Blonde’ an NC-17 Rating

Spanish-Cuban actress, Ana de Armas has lashed out at the French media over what she described as the stigma imposed on her latest film, ‘Blonde’, for viewers under 17 years old.

As reported by Marca, the movie, ‘Blonde’ is a production depicting the story of late American actress, Marilyn Monroe.

The movie shows delicate aspects of Marilyn’s life, especially in terms of sex. That is why the Motion Picture Association of the United States rated it as ‘NC-17’, that is, a film not recommended for viewers under 17 years of age.

This label imposed on the film of “adult production” has outraged the actress, who does not understand why it has been qualified as such.

“I don’t understand why they do that. I can tell you about a whole series of programs or movies that are much more explicit, with much more sexual content than ‘Blonde’. But to tell this story it’s important to show all those moments in Marilyn’s life that made her end up the way she did.”

It Had to be Explicit

Ana de Armas went so far as to say that in order to explain the character’s story well, it had to be scribbled in places where the cast mates didn’t like it: “It needed to be explained. Everyone knew we had to go to uncomfortable places. I wasn’t the only one.”

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