A man, wearing big glasses and a costume, is standing still in front of the camera. On the background three spotlights are shining. The soundtrack consists of a person breathing heavily. Suddenly the man starts taking off his clothes and replacing them by a glittering tank top. He puts leaves and feathers in his ears and contact lenses in his eyes. Then the man starts putting on make up. All of this he tries to do in a very sensual, seducing way, as if he were the next Marilyn Monroe. The exaggerated way of ornamenting his body suggests that ’Marilyn Monroe’ is, next to the documenting of a performance, a sneer at the cosmetic and fashion industry. The importance attached to outer beauty is hereby ridiculed.