In a new interview with DiversityAna de Armas said she believes the film, especially her nude scenes, will be taken out of context by the internet so that viewers can skip certain scenes for reasons that have nothing to do with discussing the film.
“I know it’s going to go viral and it’s disgusting,” she said. “It’s upsetting when I just think about it. I can’t control it; you have no control over what they do and how they take things out of context. I don’t think it made me change my mind; it’s bad form to think about the future of these clips.” Given the sensitive nature of some of the scenes depicting the alleged abuse Monroe allegedly suffered at the hands of others, one cannot help but understand de Armas’s feelings.
De Armas then explained the turmoil she went through trying to bring the book’s brutally honest description of Monroe’s traumas, joys, and tragedies into a burning life, and dedicated her speech to the actress. “I did something in this movie that I would never do for anyone else. I did it for her and I did it for Andrew,” the actress said, referring to Blonde director Andrew Dominik.
De Armas has previously explained her strong emotional connection to Monroe. Before Blonde began filming, de Armas told AnOther Magazine that she and the crew placed a postcard with messages from them on Monroe’s grave in Westwood Memorial Park. She explained that she did it to get the actress’ blessing for the upcoming production. “Everyone felt a huge responsibility, and we perfectly understood the side of the story that we were going to tell,” said de Armas.
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