Marilyn Monroe remains one of the most famous names in Hollywood history, and a new historical drama film based on her fictitious life is going to be produced. Blonde, starring Ana De Armas as the titular actress, has sparked controversy due to its NC-17 rating.
An NC-17 rating indicates that no one under the age of 17 will be admitted or permitted to view the film. This superseded the previous films’ X rating. It is recognized that no children will be permitted to view any film with an NC-17 classification due to sequences including violence, nudity, vulgarity, or sex.
Blonde, a Netflix original, was just awarded an NC-17 classification, making it the first of its sort on the network. Despite the fact that Netflix has already featured certain NC-17-rated films, Blonde will be the first that is original from Netflix.
Blonde will tell the biography of Norma Jeane Mortensen, who rose to fame as Marilyn Monroe in the 1950s and 1960s as a Hollywood actress. It explores the actress’s personal concerns, ranging from love, exploitation, and addiction to power abuse, as well as her experiences in front of the camera.
Blonde has an NC-17 rating, which is unusual, but there is a good reason for it: there includes a rape scene. Blonde is a film version of Joyce Carol Oates’ novel of the same name, which depicted Marilyn Monroe’s private life in fiction. Drug addiction, abortion, explicit sex, and other controversial issues will be discussed.
Blonde, a Netflix original, is set to have explicit sex scenes and nudity, earning it an NC-17 rating.