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  • Mollie Amelia - Be true and be you

    Mollie Amelia - Be true and be you

    The best piece of advice from me would be “Don't ever think that anything makes you not good enough to be a model”. I’m still finding my feet and I stumble sometimes but nothing should stop you from wanting to do something! I’ve been very lucky but once upon a time, I was a different person. I had no confidence, self belief and would never have been comfortable enough to model, remember to be yourself and never let anyone change that! Be true and be you.

    In the words of Ru Paul “if you can’t love yourself, then how in the hell, you gonna love somebody else!”

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  • Jade Alexia - I wanna encourage other women to be a model if they want to

    Jade Alexia - I wanna encourage other women to be a model if they want to

    Pin up style is typically retro fashion. It can also include lingerie and be more boudoir. Typically, Pin Up shoots are very feminine with lots of glamour, class, and, if you are like me, red lipstick is a must. Pin Up models in the US are historically known for being posters that men had while they were away at war. Now, Pin Up has became a great way for women to creatively express themselves. I love that the Pin Up community is so welcoming to models of all looks and body types. I model Freelance. I completely do it myself and I wanna encourage other women to do this if they want to. Nothing has to hold you back and you don't have to meet other peoples standards for body types or looks

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  • Tanja - Inked German Beauty

    Tanja - Inked German Beauty


    Mit sich im reinen sein,sich zu lieben, sich treu zu bleiben sind grundsätzliche Dinge die ein Modell haben sollte dann steht nichts mehr im Wege seine Ziele zu erreichen.

    Being pure, loving each other, staying true to oneself are basic things that should have a model, then there is nothing left to achieve your goals. 

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  • Spoochy - Jewel from Philippines

    Spoochy - Jewel from Philippines

    Be bold and confident. 

    Enjoy every photo shoot.

    Take out the emotions and speak out to the camera.

    Don't expect for too much and always be humble.

    Love your self everyday and your pictures will speak that self love.

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Locke

Movie review: Locke

http://www.nzherald.co.nz

By Peter Calder

A handsomely shot and superbly acted exercise in cinematic minimalism, Locke, which takes place entirely in a car, is the kind of film that makes a mockery of a star rating system. What it does it does so well, it is hard to imagine it being done better; but in the end it is never more than the sum of its excellent parts.

When the film opens it's late in the evening and the title character, a civil engineer called Ivan Locke (Hardy, who played the villain Bane in the last Batman instalment, The Dark Knight Rises) hops into his high-end SUV at a huge construction site and drives off.

Over the next few minutes we will gather that he's driving from Birmingham to London; that the timing could hardly be worse, because it's a very big day at work; and that the reason for his trip is about to upend his life and the lives of his workmates and family. All this unfolds as a series of conversations he has on his hands-free phone: with his boss, his deputy, his kids, his wife. No other character is visible, though a large handful of disembodied voices provide more than enough dramatic conflict. It's safe to say that this is the first dramatic feature in which the pouring of concrete generates a cliffhanger.

And that's not the half of it.

Writer-director Knight, creates a drama that is entirely internal: this man is not forced to confront his fate, like Duel's Dennis Weaver, in the form of an external agency. Instead he wrestles with competing demands, including those of his conscience and he is never more than simply human: one of the film's strengths is that Locke never seems to be entirely sure why he's doing what he's doing, but he never wavers in the certainty that he's doing it.

Hardy's orotund Welsh accent, at first impressive, becomes faintly cloying as the film progresses - an impression that hardened when I discovered he has no Welsh roots. And the studied symbolism of engineering terms applied to moral challenges wears thin. But it's a mesmerisingly watchable movie that will leave you both exhilarated and wrung out.

Cast: Tom Hardy
Director: Steven Knight
Running time: 81 mins
Rating: R13 (offensive language)
Verdict: No more than the sum of its excellent parts