Ana de Armas cries at the premiere of her Marilyn Monroe biopic, “Blonde,” receives 14-minute standing ovation in Venice Film Festival.

De Armas stars as Monroe in the movie, was seen wiping tears from her face and hugging her costar, Adrien Brody.

'It took me nine months of dialect coaching, and practicing and some additional dialogue replacement, she said in an interview.

The Blonde was adapted from Joyce Carol Oates’ novel of the same name. Brody plays her third husband, Arthur Miller.

Brody had earlier praised her performance, saying de Armas was able to transport him “to another time and place.”

The film Blonde is out on Netflix on 28 September. Brad Pitt, a producer on the film, also showed up to the premiere.

The film Blonde has been making headlines since it was announced that Cuban-Spanish actress De Armas would be playing Monroe.