Carolin is no stranger to making movies. Her first film, Testing Life, filmed in Berlin, won critical acclaim and 8 awards. Despite its success on the indie circuit, Carolin still views it as a learning experience.
“Testing Life really taught me how to run a set. I did everything.”
Donating their time for the love of the art of filmmaking are a full cast and crew, as well as fellow German, Ursel Walldorf, who flew in from Berlin just to help carry the load of the film, is again on her side to taking on the adventure of releasing their “baby,” so she mentioned. “To see their baby grown and finally to be seen on a big screen.”
“Even when I read the script, I instantly knew this is something special.” Ursel explains, “You just don’t see movies like this in Hollywood. We are focusing on a group of women who are using their physical strength and confidence to make their way through life. These are not weak women. They want to be super heroes! And now, it isn’t only that, it has becoming surprisingly funny as well, which I appreciate, because now our baby is really perfect.”
The Hollywood community has oft been criticized for their lack of inclusion of women in charge of productions, as well as actresses portraying strong or multi-faceted roles on the big screen. This film will have both women behind and in front of the camera.
Indeed, the plot of the movie centers around a group of women who are training to become “superheroes”
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