TitleYou Can Never Be Too Much You
BriefIn a series of vignettes, we meet some impressive women. “You’ll always be too much something for someone,” says the narrator. “Too ambitious.” Like top chef Dominique Crenn. “Too demanding.” Like film director Susanne Bier. “Too loud.” Like stand-up comedian Sarah Kendall. “Too strong.” Like boxer Celia Braekhus. “Too provocative.” Like Iranian motocross rider Behnaz Shafiei. But don’t apologise. Because the fact is, you can never be too much you. Georg Jensen makes jewellery for women with an edge.
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