Mon. Sep 26th, 2022

SAN SEBASTIAN, September 19 (EFE).- “Blonde” is a stunning film reserved for this edition of the San Sebastian Festival and will be presented by its protagonist, Ana de Armas, with the film’s director, Andrew Dominik.

The film, a portrait of Marilyn Monroe whose script is based on the iconic novel by Joyce Carol Oates, will be screened at the Victoria Eugenia Theater this Saturday, September 24 at 7pm.

“Blonde,” which has Brad Pitt among its producers, competed in the official category at the last Venice Film Festival.

This is the latest work of Andrew Dominique, the director of “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Ford”, “Killing Them Softly” and “This Much I Know to Be True”, a look at the image of Marilyn Monroe. The myth explores the divide between the public and private selves of the American actress, San Sebastian recalls in a competition note.

Cuban-Spanish interpreter Ana de Armas, who becomes Marilyn in this new work, has other iconic roles in her resume such as Denis Villeneuve’s “Blade Runner 2049”, Rian Johnson’s “Knife Out”, Olivier’s “Wasp Network”. Asayas and “No Time to Die” by Carrie Joji Fukunaga

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