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About 8 hours ago from Teresa Palmer's Twitter

"I have to not take myself too seriously and I have to realise that if it is meant to be, it will be."
Berlin Syndrome Movies Videos

First trailer for Cate Shortland’s thriller ‘Berlin Syndrome’ starring Teresa and Max Max Riemelt.

Clare (Teresa Palmer), a young journalist backpacking around Germany, has a one-night stand with a handsome stranger (Max Riemelt). The next morning however she finds that he has locked her in his apartment with no intention of ever letting her go.

Appearances Photo Updates

After the ceremony, Teresa and her husband Mark Webber were spotted on the red carpet to attend the annual Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Los Angeles. She looked stunning in her custom Vivienne Westwood dress!

Appearances Photo Updates

Teresa was all smiles as she attended her very first Oscars at the 89th Annual Academy Awards last night in Los Angeles. She is wearing a Prada dress, Sophia Webster shoes, an Edie Parker bag, and Neil Lane jewels. High quality pictures can now be found in our gallery!

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Public Appearances > Appearances From 2017 > 89th Annual Academy Awards
Hacksaw Ridge Movies Photo Updates

I’ve updated the gallery with screen captures from the Blu-ray edition of Hacksaw Ridge. Teresa gives a moving and beautiful performance as Dorothy Schutte, it’s just a shame that her character isn’t seen again on screen during the second half of the film.

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Film Productions > Hacksaw Ridge (2016) > Blu-ray Screen Captures
Appearances Photo Updates

The gallery has been updated with pictures of Teresa at the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 29, 2017 in Los Angeles and she looked stunning! She is wearing a Valentino dress, Sophia Webster shoes, Stefere jewelry, and a Jimmy Choo clutch.


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Public Appearances > Appearances From 2017 > 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards – Red Carpet
Appearances Photo Updates

We’ve added some gorgeous new photos of Teresa, who was in attendance at last night’s 28th Annual Producers Guild Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. Be sure to take a look.

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Public Appearances > Appearances from 2017 > 28th Annual Producers Guild Awards – Red Carpet
Articles and Interviews

DEADLY DEAD – Over the last few years, I’ve come to admire actress Teresa Palmer’s body of work, as she’s consistently taken on intriguing projects like Knight of Cups (with Terrence Malick), Warm Bodies, and last year’s Lights Out (as I entered the interview, she mentioned that work on a script for the sequel is currently underway). Her latest project, Cate Shortland’s Berlin Syndrome, recently premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival and follows her character, Clare, after she finds herself being subtly abducted following a night of passion with Andi (Max Riemelt), a teacher who wants to keep her tucked away from the world forever after their romp.

In Park City, Daily Dead had the opportunity to speak with both Palmer and Riemelt about their experiences working on Berlin Syndrome, their collaborative relationship together and with director Shortland, and the complicated connection their characters share in the film.

Great to speak with you both, and congrats on the film. What you guys managed to create in this movie is just wonderful. We’ve seen a lot of movies with this idea of somebody being abducted, but it’s always very entrenched in this big violent act. This story really creeps up on you. Going into this, was that something you guys recognized as well?
Max Riemelt: It was, but you also never know what is going to come out in the editing. What is not shown is sometimes even more important. That’s the lesson I learned yesterday while watching the movie at the premiere. It is in a way unconventional that you don’t see sometimes the horror in the face or that certain stuff when it comes to these kinds of movies. It allows the audience to get to think for themselves, especially as you’re digging through all the details Cate put into this movie.

Teresa Palmer: There’s so much attention to detail.

Max Riemelt: Yeah, but also there’s the perspective of Clare, and that is subjective. All of this is from out of her eyes, out of her perspective, and that’s what I liked the most. To get to feel how Clare sees the world and how she could feel, might feel. You don’t get the whole information. You get to think for yourself what it might feel like to be in this terrible situation like Clare, and how you might deal with it.

Max, your character is very complicated, obviously. There are some very deeply disturbing things that happen with him, but yet, there are still these moments of kindness and he’s very charismatic, too. You can see why Clare initially wouldn’t even recognize what’s happening to her because of his likeability.
Max Riemelt: Yeah, he’s a regular human being, very complex. He’s not a stereotype at all, and I appreciated that.

Teresa Palmer: Things in this movie are not so black and white, just being a story about the captor and the captive. Life is not black and white. It’s many shades of colors. That’s the same as human beings. One of my favorite scenes, I actually only just picked it up the second time I watched it, was when we’re in the forest and it’s snowing and he has such empathy for that little boy who hurts his leg.

In a different movie, the captor wouldn’t care about someone else. In fact, he’d be irritated that someone would take his attention away from the job that he’s currently doing. You see him care about this little boy’s well-being. He’s not just an evil person. He’s a human being with layers and complexity. That’s why you understand why she falls for him in this weird way.

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