Blonde parents guide

Blonde Parent Guide

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Release date September 28, 2022

Netflix: A fictionalized biographical look at the life and character of Marilyn Monroe.

Why is Blonde rated NC-17? The MPA rated Blonde NC-17 For some sexual content.

Run Time: 166 minutes

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Rating & Content Info

Please Note: We have not viewed this movie. The information below is a summary based on data gathered from government and industry sponsored film classification agencies in various global regions.

Why is Blonde rated NC-17? Blonde is rated NC-17 by the MPAA For some sexual content.

This film has extreme levels of negative content and will not be reviewed by our staff. Instead, we can provide detailed content breakdowns as prepared by governmental film rating organizations.
Violence: There are several scenes of the abuse of a child at the hands of her mother, including an attempted drowning in the bath. A woman is beaten by her partner. A woman imagines being urged to commit suicide.
Sexual Content: There are multiple sex scenes, including a threesome and forced masturbation and oral sex. There is frequent nudity in a sexual context. The script contains frequent, strong references to sex. There is a rape scene which includes a visible erect penis. An abortion is shown, including images from inside a woman’s body as medical instruments are inserted. Sexist behavior is frequently seen and a woman is manhandled.
Profanity: There are approximately two dozen swear words in the movie, including frequent use of sexual expletives as well as many crude sexual and anatomical terms. The script is also full of terms of deity, scatological curses, and mild profanities.
Drug/Alcohol Use: There is frequent alcohol consumption in the film. A main character is dependent on drugs.

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Cast and Crew

Blonde is directed by Andrew Dominik and stars Ana de Armas, Lucy DeVito, Garret Dillahunt.