Screenshot from Netflix via YouTube

The new movie, “Blonde,” makes the extremely controversial choice of humanizing an unborn human child.

The movie focuses on Marilyn Monroe and the controversy surrounds one scene in particular. Monroe’s child speaks to her from the womb saying “mom, you won’t hurt me this time, will you?” And when she says “you’re not the same baby,” her child says “it’s always me.”

This scene sent the left into a frenzy and outlets blasted the scene as “propaganda.” The Independent called the scene “appalling” and said that it pushes a radical “anti-abortion agenda.” The Verge called it “propaganda dressed up as art.”

Here is the scene in question:

Planned Parenthood, America’s primary abortion provider railed against the film with rage. Caren Spruch, Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s national director of arts and entertainment engagement, railed against the film in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter. “As film and TV shapes many people’s understanding of sexual and reproductive health, it’s critical these depictions accurately portray women’s real decisions and experiences.”

She went on to defend murdering children as a medical need and a “right” of women to kill their babies. “While abortion is safe, essential health care, anti-abortion zealots have long contributed to abortion stigma by using medically inaccurate descriptions of fetuses and pregnancy. Andrew Dominik’s new film, ‘Blonde,’ bolsters their message with a CGI-talking fetus, depicted to look like a fully formed baby.”

He went on to say that “Planned Parenthood respects artistic license and freedom. However, false images only serve to reinforce misinformation and perpetuate stigma around sexual and reproductive health care. Every pregnancy outcome — especially abortion — should be portrayed sensitively, authentically and accurately in the media.” Spruch concluded that the movie works to “stigmatize people’s health care decisions.”

The director of “Blonde,” Andrew Dominik had a few words to say in response. He told The Wrap:

“I think the movie is pretty nuanced actually, and I think it’s very complex, but that doesn’t fit —  people are obviously concerned with losses of freedoms, obviously they are. But, I mean, no one would have given a s*** about that if I’d made the movie in 2008, and probably no one’s going to care about it in four years’ time. And the movie won’t have changed. It’s just what sort of going on.”

He went on to call out Planned Parenthood’s own propaganda.  “They’ve got a certain agenda where they feel like the freedoms of women are being compromised, and they look at ‘Blonde’ and they see a demon, but it’s not really about that. I think it’s very difficult for people to step outside of the stories they carry inside themselves and see things of their own volition.”

At the end of the day, the movie is difficult to watch. The film is thick with nudity and battles with very uncomfortable themes. It is, however, a very uncommon and refreshing thing to see a film humanize unborn children. In the womb, a baby has an observable heartbeat only 6 weeks after conception. By 15 weeks, he or she can feel pain. It’s absurd to argue that an unborn child is not a human and it’s about time that media would reflect it.

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Jane
Jane
2 months ago

The most hateful, intolerant, disgusting reaction of Planned Unparenthood calling saving babies “radical” is absurd. Killing any human, at whatever stage of life, is the radical thing, and everyone knows it. If killing babies isn’t radical, nothing is.

Fred
Fred
2 months ago
Reply to  Jane

Unless they are baby murderers. Then, their lives are worthless and LATE TERM ABORTION, which they laud, is warranted.

Daniel Moylan
Daniel Moylan
2 months ago
Reply to  Jane

killing pre-born babies is a religion to these disgusting people the lie because there father , satan, is the father of lies.

Fred
Fred
2 months ago

Those who discount a babies life, should lose theirs. Only worthless subhuman pigs would even consider killing a baby. They are a cancer on humanity. CANCER GETS CUT OUT and RADIATED. TIME TO TREAT THEM.

Daniel Moylan
Daniel Moylan
2 months ago
Reply to  Fred

Fred, in the end they will forfeit their souls for eternity

Walt16
Walt16
1 month ago
Reply to  Fred

No woman should have a baby unless they are prepared to pay for its livelihood. Otherwise, life will be a burden for the unwanted child, the mother, and the taxpayer who will be stuck with the unwanted child’s bills. It is more humane to end an unwanted pregnancy than to give birth to a human condemned to 70+ years of Hell.

Redwolf
Redwolf
2 months ago

If they weren’t unmitigated hypocrites, Planned Parenthood would change its name to Planned Murderhood. Because like their father the devil, murdering and slaughtering the innocents is exactly what they’re all about.

Last edited 2 months ago by Redwolf
Daniel Moylan
Daniel Moylan
2 months ago
Reply to  Redwolf

exactly they follow satan the father of lies, there is an ongoing spiritual battle, rest assured in the end God wins

Tom Streets
Tom Streets
1 month ago
Reply to  Redwolf

I have been calling PP the “Planned Homicidal Prevention Of Parenthood.” Your name for them, “Planned Murderhood,” is even better!!!

Fred
Fred
2 months ago

Baby killing Dems should consider reenactment of Reverand Jim James Kool Aid extravaganza. WE BUY THE KOOL AID.

Tom Streets
Tom Streets
1 month ago
Reply to  Fred

He was Jim Jones, not Jim James, if that matters.

Rob
Rob
1 month ago

The biggest divide in the Country is whether on not, Genocide is a right that should be paid for by taxpayers. Wearing a rubber or taking a pill is too much responsibility !! The saddest thing is that people of color have been conned by the very people who have arranged to “manage” their populations, to believe it’s some kind of health care issue or personal “right” issue! If communities of color ever really realize what they’ve had taken from them by these people, the riots won’t be from the thugs of this world!

Dale Hager
Dale Hager
1 month ago
Reply to  Rob

I wonder why the Black community hasn’t realized that since 1973 their percentage of the US population has remained virtually unchanged at about 13%? It’s quite obvious why a majority of Planned Parenthoods are in minority communities.

Jay
Jay
1 month ago
Reply to  Dale Hager

All hail to Margaret Sanger. Whose precepts are firmly embraced by PP, killing all those that are less equal.