‘The Days Were Snowy But Warm’ at the crossroads between art and cinema

The new Marilyn Monroe biopic Blonde made its long-awaited première at the 79th Venice Film Festival. According to director Andrew Dominik, the film is an “emotional nightmare fairytale” which chronicles Monroe’s often tragic life, from her troubled upbringing through to her death aged 36 in 1962.The life of the Hollywood star was punctuated with happier […]