“There are days I watch it, and I don’t think about that at all — or I leave the room. She said that she had a 32-year-old father who was an extraordinary man. “Imagining not having it now is hard to imagine,” she added.
Ana de Armas already spoke out about how “Blonde”, in relation to its reception, will be received. NC-17 contentIt was, however, difficult to watch certain scenes because of her emotional connection to the film. De Armas’ father died before she was able to see the finished film. But de Armas invited de Armas to Venice Film Festival with her mother, who is from Cuba.
Although her mother doesn’t speak English, she had seen the original unsubtitled version of the film. But de Armas stated that watching her mother view the film was an amazing learning experience. De Armas stated that she understood everything and didn’t need to explain anything to her. Variety reported that de Armas was teary-eyed after talking about her parents. But she started smiling while recalling her mother’s viewing experience. “If she understands that without subtitles, then it’s a hit.”
Netflix releases “Blonde”, September 28, 2022