Political statements and dance inserts This newcomer rocked the "German Film Award"

Political statements and dance inserts This newcomer rocked the "German Film Award"

Berlin – Never before has the “German Film Award” been as political as this year! And that was mainly because of him: Moderator Edin Hasanovic (26). The young actor led on Friday evening together with colleague Iris Berben (67) through the ceremony. In addition to many gags, the newcomer burned a veritable firework of political statements and thus showed a clear edge against xenophobia. Would you have liked to see SO at the last “echo” … Already the opening was awesome! Edin and Berben danced to various music classics across the stage. And many a star bounced enthusiastically.

Photo: Andreas Rentz / Getty Images “data-zoom-src =” https://bilder.bild.de/fotos/iris-berben-67-bei-ihr-tanzeinlage-mit-hasanovic-200773909-55538692/Bild/2.bild.jpg “/> Iris Berben (67) on her dance performance with Hasanovic Photo: Andreas Rentz / Getty Images

Jokingly commenting on the entry, Edin commented: “It was very well that we decided to dance just before the stage.” Then he started really, said to the audience: “We have to talk, but I do not know where to start. The sexists do not get their pants on. The anti-Semites take off their belts. So I have the feeling that we have to at least once for a week or two to keep our hands off our pants. Then we can do more than just revolt and finally find a common path. ” Afterwards AfD-man Björn Höcke (46) of Edin Hasanovic got his fat away. The native Bosnian before the first award: “I wonder how it feels: A lifetime you fight against refugees, claiming that they would overrun the country, dilute the culture, cause trouble … And then you sit there Home, turn on the TV, and a former refugee moderated the German Film Award. That is bitter!”

Photo: dpa “data-zoom-src =” https://bilder.bild.de/fotos/natalia-woerner-50-und-ihr-aussenminister-heiko-maas-51-200773908-55538688/Bild/2.bild.jpg ” /> Natalia Wörner (50) and her Foreign Minister Heiko Maas (51) Photo: dpa

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