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Marlene Dietrich, controversial destiny

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29 September 2011
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Many of you certainly heard of Marlene Dietrich. But, how many of you knew her real life? Let's take a look inside!

Marlene Dietrich was born at Schoneberg, Berlin in 1901 but it is a well kept secret for so many years because she did not wanted to show her real age. Only at her death her only daughter could find her real age. Marlene Dietrich has from early age diva atitude. She wants to be called „Marlene"although she was born under the name of Magdalena, she refuses to cry in situations like father's death  and she always shows a tough attitude.

Marlene dream from early age at a glorious life. She searches love but wants to avoid suffering. So, her relationships are short and cut before it could become dangerous for her emotional state. At the age of 18, while studying violin, her professor becomes her first lover. After this, Marlene wanders for years in artistic circles in searching for big roles and little pleasures. At the age of 21 she mets Rudolf Sieber, the movie director, the one that will become her husband. From this marriage, Maria is born. But for Marlene, the act of marriage never stopped her from having extra conjugal relationships.

Great names can be put on the list of Marlene Dietrich's lovers, men and women alike: Josef von Sternberg, Erich Maria Remarque, Frank Sinatra, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Jean Gabin, John Gilbert, Michael Wilding, even Piaf as rumours say.

Marlene Dietrich was known for her androgynity and even bisexuality; she was merciless with her fate, she was rigid with her daughter and never stopped from her destiny line she wanted to achieve.

She acts in movies but she remains known as the icon from The Blue Angel from 1930.  There are other movies but none of this intensity.