Marilyn Monroe was in touch with the Soviet Secret Service and even had an affair with a Russian spy, a documentary by a former KGB agent suggests. The film legend is supposed to own visited the USSR secretly for a few tender loving care – Soviet-style.
Premiered in Russia last year and currently heading west, Monroe within the Land of Dostoyevsky by Lyudmila Temnova implies that the Hollywood blonde had quite a story with a Soviet detective, MK daily reports.
The film tells the story of Marilyn’s alleged secret visit to the Soviet capital in 1960, when the actress disappeared for nearly 2 weeks whereas shooting – ahem – Let’s build Love.
Temnova’s movie options the sex symbol’s alleged Soviet friend, talking concerning their relationship. within the film, the person is thought as Vladislav Egorov.
In the late Nineteen Fifties and Sixties, “Egorov” was a Soviet Secret Service agent within the US. He claims to own met Monroe in 1959, at a Soviet Embassy reception dated to Nikita Khrushchev’s visit to the States.
In 1960, when Monroe had a jealous fight along with her husband Arthur Miller, “Egorov” allegedly invited her to go to Moscow. He recounts how he met her at the airport and took her to a hotel overlooking the Kremlin, before escaping to the countryside.
“Those were 2 unforgettable days… however there was an explicit tension between us, as each people knew that though we tend to were alone, we tend to might still be seen and heard,” “Egorov” says.
Afterwards, Marilyn went back to the States. there's no proof that the story told within the film is true… however nonetheless, the intrigue remains.