When asked what beauty means to her, a beautiful woman said “Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.” She was known as Marilyn Monroe. She was and always will be someone to reckon with. Even decades after her death, she is still remembered. Remembering the blond-haired beauty, the film “My Week with Marilyn” was made in her memory. Michelle Williams played the part. Williams was nominated in the best actress category and the film was well received by critics. She was never medicated for her depression but she died of taking too much sleeping pills. She never had to experience Zoloft sexual side effects.
Ms. Monroe was raised in a well-to-do family. She had to live in an orphanage because her mother was not mentally sane. Tired of living in different foster homes, Marilyn decided to escape; she was only 16 then. Her first marriage when she was only 16 was the first step she made in breaking free from being an orphan but it ended when she got her first project. Her part in the first few movies that she was in always got cut but after the movie “The Asphalt Jungle”, many people recognized her. Her talent for acting was only recognized when she made the film “Bus Stop” although she already starred in a number of films.
Depression and other problems started after she made “Bus Stop”. She was susceptible to develop depression because her mother’s family also had some mental problems, she was not able to get help for depression. Her drug and alcohol problem started at the height of her fame. She was plagued with feelings of guilt and felt hopeless after having several miscarriages while she was married with Arthur Miller. While filming “Something’s Got to Give”, she was removed from the film due to repeated problems on the set. She was then institutionalized for her addiction and depression while she was on month-long break.
Even with the permission to get back on film, Marilyn never did after being institutionalized. Two months after, the world was shocked to hear about her death. Depression got the best of the 36-year-old actress. She died too young and too soon. Although her Hollywood career was cut short with only 30 films, Marilyn left her imprints and will remain an icon of beauty. As she was never treated for depression, Marilyn has not experience any Zoloft side effects.