Natalie Portman loves Berlin

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Set in London, England, good Samaritan Dan Woolf (Jude Law) a struggling writer, takes Alice Ayres (Natalie Portman), a shady young woman and part-time stripper, to the hospital when she's hit by a car, and they fall in love. From there, a series of ups and downs, involving malicious intent ensues.
October 12th, 2013

Natalie Portman's favourite place to film a movie is Berlin.

The 'Closer' star has been lucky enough to film all over the world as an A-list star, and marks out the German capital as her absolute favourite place to make films.

When asked her favourite location to film, Natalie - who is moving to Paris, France, with husband Benjamin Millepied and their two-year-old son Aleph - replied: ''I absolutely love Berlin. Madrid was amazing, working on 'Goya's Ghosts', I went to the Prado museum every day. And I learned to love Tunisia on 'Star Wars'. The first time we went it was very, very hot, so it was quite hard, but the second time, I just absolutely fell in love with North Africa. I also really love Santa Fe [in New Mexico, US] 'Jane Got a Gun' was shot there.''

Natalie, 32, also hates sexism in the movie industry, and thinks most people get confused between feminism and being ''macho''.

She told Britain's Elle magazine: ''The fallacy in Hollywood is that if you're making a 'feminist' story, the woman kicks ass and wins. That's not feminist, that's macho. A movie about a weak, vulnerable woman can be feminist if it shows a real person that we can empathise with.''