Emma Watson photographed by Philippe Salaun (2007)


Emma on set of ‘Colonia Dignidad’,October 3

Emma on set of ‘Colonia Dignidad’,October 3

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HP and the Goblet of Fire behind the scenes.


I wanted to recreate a backstage feel with Emma Watson, who is young and light-hearted and spontaneous, wearing a huge dress in an industrial space. I borrowed the kitchen from an events catering company in New York and at the last minute I added the teapot and the teacup to emphasise Emma’s Englishness. She’s no diva, there were no antics, she was up for anything and when I suggested having a cup of tea, she just laughed and said: ‘I’m British, of course I drink tea.’ You can tell from that cute little smile that she was happy with it.-Martin Schoeller

I wanted to recreate a backstage feel with Emma Watson, who is young and light-hearted and spontaneous, wearing a huge dress in an industrial space. I borrowed the kitchen from an events catering company in New York and at the last minute I added the teapot and the teacup to emphasise Emma’s Englishness. She’s no diva, there were no antics, she was up for anything and when I suggested having a cup of tea, she just laughed and said: ‘I’m British, of course I drink tea.’ You can tell from that cute little smile that she was happy with it.-Martin Schoeller

Emma Watson, Daniel Bruhl to Star in Political Thriller ‘Colonia’

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Set during the Chilean military coup of 1973,Colonia follows a young German couple — Lena and Daniel — who become entangled in the violence which led to the overthrowing of the democratically elected presidentSalvador Allende. Daniel is eventually abducted by the secret police of army chief and dictator-to-be Augusto Pinochet, and is tracked by Lena to a sealed-off area called Colonia Dignidad (‘Dignity Colony’), led by preacher Paul Schäfer. However it soon transpires that the commune is being used as a torture and detention center from which few people ever leave.

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