Liberal critics are furious that the new historical psychological drama “Blonde,” based on the life of Marilyn Monroe, makes an effort to depict the humanity of unborn babies and the violence of abortion.
The movie was directed by Andrew Dominik and apparently took more than a decade to finish. It got slapped with an NC-17 rating due to graphic nudity and sex scenes, but that’s not necessarily the content that’s making some critics so upset. Reviewers are appalled by scenes depicting Monroe’s multiple abortions which include the actress’s unborn child speaking to her, begging her not to abort him or her.
Ana de Armas plays Monroe in the film, which debuted in a limited theatrical release on September 16. One scene shows her pregnant womb glowing in