I am a big fan of German chancellor Angela Merkel. However, I know the character of this German leader is less exciting compared to "The Iron Lady" (former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher), Nobel Peace prize-winner Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar, or even Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, whose rise and fall in the motley Philippine politics plus the silicone breast implant saga, make her life an ideal script for a blockbuster movie.
Thus, I wonder if any film-makers will do a movie about how Angela Merkel tackles the Eurozone debt crisis?
I like her because I admire the quality of her earnest, self-effacing and effortless charisma _ the traits I find in this first female chancellor of Germany.
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