Christy Turlington: Not Only a Model

What’s the motive that urge you perform well after retired from the runway. She was asked about her new pursuing career by Emine Saner. In the beginning of her first documentary, it opens with frightening scenes just after she has given bitch to her first baby – Grace. Ed Burns, her husband also a director and film-maker, record the birth of his daughter, but the camera was kept rolling when she started to haemorrhage. All factors like stained sheets and thighs contributed to a sense of increasing panic.

The theme of her documentary was introduced in an alarming way – maternal mortality. However, not as lucky as the supermodel, many puerperal could not receive medical care as good as puerperal. She said she never thought the theme could be a part of her life. She tried to narrate related matters and hope more people could take the journey with her.

Turlington arrived here from New York and intended to show up at the London film star and today’s British premiere of her first documentary – No Woman, No Cry. In the documentary, women in various countries were followed without healthcare in America. It’s been a long time since she had the reputation of the most beautiful supermodel. Her face was regarded as a wonder for perfectly proportioned models and bare of makeup. For this reason, she is always in black sweater and tight cropped pants.

It’s estimated that 350,000 women or so are died of complications in pregnancy and childbirth each year, in spite of the relatively lower estimated proportion. Most of deaths occurred in developing countries in 2008, with 50% of them in in sub-Saharan Africa. Maternal mortality became a trending topic at the UN summit in assessing development goals last month. A goal was set to reduce by 75% by 2015.

She argued that the purpose of the documentary is guide people to feel it rather than telling them how to think and act. Second to raise awareness of most people, people may could engaged in it and improve it to reach another level. Every mother deserves cares.

Some certainly doubted the motivation of her documentary. In general, somebody who catch attentions of public eyes, will get involved in social and political issues. It is not easy to attract or win support from organizations. The culture should not be consumed by celebrities. It’s almost stereotype for celebrities involving in charity. She and all her behaviors would be put under amplifiers, facing them with confident and optimistic attitudes. She threw herself to anti-smoking campaign after experienced her father’s advanced lung cancer. The model career is silent and one-dimensional.

Certainly, there are also a lot of wonderful points in her career, receiving polite and sound treatment, becoming friends with some excellent guys and seeing the more beautiful world at a better corner. Besides, profitable incomes liberate herself from daily work. When asked to talk her feelings on the supermodel tag? For the purpose of selling pieces like berets, t-shirts and ready-to-wear clothes, some celebrities were exploited to jumpstart the industry.

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