Pamela Anderson: A Love Story is an upcoming Netflix documentary that will delve into the life and career of the well-remembered Canadian-American actress. The launch of the production will take place in parallel with the publication of Love, Pamela, a book that brings together his experiences and personal poetry. At 55, the iconic star of Baywatch takes control of his own narrative under the gaze of the world.
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“My life has been much more meaningful than a soft hat or a sex tape,” says one of the most sexualized women in Hollywood history in an intimate interview with Variety. “There’s more to me than that.” And she adds later: “I’m not a victim, and I’m not the damsel in distress. I have made my decisions in my life. Some were obviously made for me, but I’ve always been able to find myself again.”
The documentary film is directed by Ryan White and is produced by Brandon Thomas Lee, the eldest son of Pamela and Tommy Lee. The material is mainly based on Anderson’s collected memoirs, including a crude account of sexual abuse and surprising revelations about the artist’s environment (for example, an awkward encounter with Tim Allen that today could be categorized as an act of harassment sexual).
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“Here is this icon that the world thinks they know, they have tried to create almost like a caricature of who she is. But there is a depth to this woman and a definite intelligence that she is ready to own and show to the world,” said Lisa Nishimura, vice president of independent films and documentaries at Netflix.
Pamela Anderson describes Love, Pamela as her “Hail Mary”, because for her, “it was important to go back and see what I remember and tell a complete story”. It is thus that she touches stages of her childhood and her growth until becoming a woman, but not only as a sexy beauty with blonde hair, but a sensitive human being that she had to shut up and smile on more than one occasion.
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The damage caused by “Pam & Tommy”
About the world premiere of Pamela Anderson: A Love StoryPamela confessed to Variety who spoke to Netflix and proposed to invite Lily James to the premiere. As you remember, the British interpreter played Anderson in the miniseries Pam & Tommywhich after its debut was widely criticized for touching the subject in a very superficial way and for revictimizing the past of the actress and model.
“I think it’s hard to play someone when you don’t know the whole picture,” the movie star opined. “I have nothing against Lily James. I think she’s a beautiful girl and she was just doing the job. But the idea of it all happening was really crushing to me.”
Despite the negative comments, the Hulu original series (seen on Star+ for Latin America) earned 10 Emmy nominations at the cost of re-discussing a fact that was buried for Pamela Anderson. She was not involved with the creative team in its development for the streaming and called them “assholes” in this recent interview. “Salt in the wound… They still owe me a public apology.”
Pamela Anderson: A Love Story is a highly anticipated documentary film this year, because it will tell Pamela’s life from her own perspective based on her memoirs that she will publish under the HarperCollins publishing house. Its premiere will be next January 31 on Netflix.
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The truth about Pamela Anderson told by herself in her long-awaited documentary for Netflix
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