Marilyn never gave up. In an era when feminism was still a distant future Marilyn fought all the stereotypes, and most of the time on her own.
Her life was a constant battle to maintain her own identity and independence.
Marilyn sought to prove to herself that she was so much more than the ‘blonde bombshell’ her studio wanted Marilyn to be.
Marilyn succeeded. Marilyn’s last film, which was never finished, was a tribute to her ability as an actress. Her independence was finally within her grasp. The studio gave Marilyn the financial recognition that had eluded her, throughout a career dominated by a greedy and manipulative studio executive(s).
Most wanted Marilyn for her stunning looks. Marilyn wanted them not to need that part of her.
True beauty cannot exist on looks alone. It has to love life as Marilyn did.
When beauty shines from within then Evil always wants to destroy its independence so it can own the beauty. Evil is always jealous of beauty and happiness.
There were many who wanted to own Marilyn and she fought them all.
In the end they had to kill Marilyn. It was the only way they could own her.
On the day that Marilyn died, America learned that Government ‘lies all of the time to all of the people’.
Somewhere is a file. In that file is the true story of how Marilyn was murdered and by whom and who for. The truth never stays hidden.