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Following the morning press screening in the Big Hall both American actresses and director Chadwick held court at another heavily crowded press conference because, although she´s not really a big star yet, Scarlett Jo, for her looks alone, is already a major media magnet. Scarlett, with her bright yellow hair, heart-shaped face, perfect nose, almond eyes, full sensuous lips, and porcelain complexion, looked incredibly radiant as usual, clad in a modest flowery print dress, as she responded to uninteresting questions in a laid back California manner, whereas Portman was a bit more on point in her delivery and discussion of the making of the pic. A relaxed Eric Bana, with the remains of a beard still in place (or was it just heavy five o'clock shadow?) acknowledged, with an unmistakable Australian twang, that it was not exactly "hard work" bedding these two young lovelies down in the film (although, it must be said that the bed-in scenes on the screen are extremely discrete).

In terms of feminine pulchritude of staggered ages, it has been a banner week in Berlin what with the fresh young beauty of Scarlett and Natalie following in the wake of the somewhat riper beauty of Penelope Cruz, 33, and the fully Mature good looks of Madonna, 49, and still going strong with a little help from her blessed Kabala water.

Tomorrow: German Prime Minister Angela Merkel attends the screening of Wajda's, WW II epic "Katyn". Buñuel revisited, and some other interesting one shots. And, oh yes, comments on the main prizes

by Alex Deleon, Berlin,  Sat., Feb. 16, 2008

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