More than Chinese whispers
It’s true. Secrets made its China debut in Beijing yesterday (January 18) at the film premier of Guardians of the Tomb, the biggest Australian-Chinese film co-production to date.
The science fiction horror thriller featuring Chinese film superstar Li Bingbing; Aussie actress Stef Dawson (The Hunger Games; Cleverman); popular Brunei actor Wu Chun, Kellan Lutz (Twilight) and Kelsey Grammar (Frasier) opened on 4,000 cinema screens across China and is set to become a box office phenomenon.
Dawson, who is best known for her work in the US playing Annie Cresta in The Hunger Games and in Australia for her role in the TV series, Cleverman, wore an exquisite pair of Secrets 10ct gold drop earrings crafted from round brilliant, oval and marquise cut diamond simulants (code ED 72860Y) and iconic Australian fashion label, sass & bide. She was dressed by top Sydney stylist Yasmin Afoa.
The action-packed film revolves around the chance discovery of a well-preserved mummified emperor from 200BC China by a group of scientists. What they unearth triggers a 2000-year-old nightmare – a secret that should have remained buried.
Secrets, conversely, is not hiding its light under a bushel. The Australian-owned luxe jewellery brand was super proud to be part of this luminary cinema event – and potentially seen by more than a billion people.
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