Because he posed in front of a homeless camp with a 550 euro leather bag in an Aldi look, the actor Lars Eidinger received strong criticism. A conversation about shitstorms, narcissism and life in capitalism.
Lars Eidinger is a versatile artist. As an actor he is a star of the Berlin Schaubühne, in cinema and television he was most recently seen in “Babylon Berlin” and in the film “25 Km / h”. When he showed photos on his Instagram account with a leather bag designed by him in an Aldi look, he received violent criticism. The accusation: With his photos, Eidinger aestheticizes misery and poses as a homeless person. In the interview, he defends himself.
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