TelevisionThere is currently a lot to do with a statement made by Christophe Ramont. Previous ‘blind marriedA face on Twitter indicated that he did not agree with the way Dziobi and Brecht were portrayed. He criticized, among other things, “the toxic image that even if two men marry, there is a male and a female.” Meanwhile, the makers of the program have also responded to the situation. “We always took into account Brecht and Dziubi and what made them feel good.”
The discussion arose after some of Christophe’s comments on Twitter. “So gentlemen are allowed to speak at the wedding. Wow, we’re 2022,” it seemed so agonizing and what I’ve always resisted: the toxic image that even when two men marry there’s a male and a female, Dziobi appears to be the female.” He was essentially referring to the first episode. , as the group was divided in two, the brides separated from their groom, and the Dziobi appointed with the ladies, while the traditional roles were kept, and one gentleman waited at the hour ‘the altar’, and the other walked towards it, as Brecht carried the Dziobi across the threshold.
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However, according to the makers of “Blind Married”, everything was discussed well beforehand. “It was important to us that everyone felt comfortable. We never created an image of ‘male and female.'” One of the producers said Brecht and Dziobi did not experience this either.
He also explains that the new concept made it necessary to divide the candidates into two groups. “We thought it was important that the candidates had seen each other beforehand, especially since a grand wedding was to follow. It was suggested that the two groups be split up in advance. Everyone agreed. There were no more questions about that.”
Watch: Ex-actress Kristof slams TV makers for ‘blindly married’
Other decisions were also always made in consultation with the duo. “When it came to celebration, Dziobi indicated that he preferred to wait at the altar. The same was true of sermons. We asked them who he wanted to say something. In the end, it was Brecht who wanted to take this upon himself,” it seems to the makers. “There is no line really. It is not our intention to portray anyone in any particular way.”
There is no primary message
The manufacturers indicate that they understand why Kristof feels this way. “But if you look at the program more, it becomes clear that there is no streak. There is no underlying message. Nothing has been done deliberately to make people appear a certain way. Something that has been well disproved by Dziobi himself.”
Dziubi, who gave his blessing to Brecht in the current season of “Blind Married”, confirms in an interview with Showbits that he has not actually experienced the situation that way. It seems among other things “I’ve never pursued this”. The moment Brecht carried him over the threshold was also spontaneous: “Brecht thought that was a symbol.”
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Kristoff, who doesn’t want to expand on the story, isn’t exclusively negative. It is clear that he is following the path of Brecht and Dziobi. “A tribute to production for putting Lady Gaga in the background during the Brecht and Dziobi story… Wipe a tear,” he tweeted after Monday’s episode.
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