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Berlinale 2014 presents "Kreuzweg"

So it was wednesday afternoon when my friend Jacky from Berlin (she manages "The Edged Showroom" there) contacted me concerning Outfits for a french actress.

Lucie Aron - a beautiful french actress from paris was invited to attend the Berlinale. On the RED CARPET for the first time.
So because Mark&Julia are friends with the team from Edged and because Jacky knows that we know how to work professional ;) i got in the last train to Berlin packed with a huge black suitcase full of gowns to wear for various Press events but also Red-Carpet Looks.

I arrived at Berling Hauptbahnhof at 9:30 - the train ride wasn't that bad actually :)
from the trainstation we drove straight to Lucies Appartment for a first fitting.



Poor lucie was all excited and nervous (totally understandable). But its always like that with people who know they have to stand in front of the international Press.
Good thing Mr. Marky here knows exactly how to calm you down ;) 
- show them fashion and they will hush. 


So we chose some great looks for her appearances and when i saw Lucie get out of the car at the red Carpet i had to cry a bit because i was so proud of our work.


Lucie and me 30 min before the Red-Carpet

Me after the Screening of "Kreuzweg" in the AUDI LOUNGE at the Berlinale Palast.

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Lucie Aron (in Mark & Julia), Lea von Acken, Franziska Weisz, Brüggeman, Birge Schade

Me and my lovely Beidlzisch friend and SUPER great Stylist MADELEINE MACHOLD

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Kreuzweg.

A Film my  Dietrich Brüggemann

Maria finds herself caught between two worlds. At school this 14-year-old girl has all the typical teenage interests, but when she’s at home with her family she follows the teachings of the Society of St. 
Pius XII and their traditionalist interpretation of Catholicism. 

Everything that Maria thinks and does must be examined before God. And since the Lord is a strict shepherd, she lives in constant fear of committing some misconduct. Whilst Maria’s mother takes a tough line in compelling her daughter to stay on the path of righteousness, her father is often reticent and stands back during critical moments. Conflicts intensify as arguments erupt with teachers and doctors. 

Desperate to please everyone, Maria soon finds herself trapped in the crossfire. How can she reconcile her feelings for a fellow pupil with her vow to maintain purity of heart in her love for God? Will the Lord demand a tremendous sacrifice so that her brother can be healed from his sickness? 

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Dietrich Brüggemann unfolds his young protagonist’s emotional ordeal in fourteen images based on the Stations of the Cross, from ‘Jesus is condemned to death’ to ‘Jesus’ body is laid in the tomb’.




See you next year Berlinale!

MB

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