Marilyn is admitted to two psychiatric hospitals after a severe depressive episode.
Marilyn heals from her agonizing experience and travels to Florida with Joe.
Marilyn engages in psychotherapy sessions with Dr. Ralph Greenson and explores her family’s history.
Marilyn purchases a home and reflects upon her childhood and her mother’s challenges.
Norma Jeane is born, placed in a strict household, and experiences abuse and trauma.
Marilyn attempts to meet her father and recalls living with her mother in early childhood.
Marilyn reclaims her childhood piano, recalls her traumatic childhood and sexual abuse.
Three critical scenes in the last 24 hours of Marilyn Monroe’s life.
Marilyn Monroe and Ella Fitzgerald bond and unite around civil rights.