Sydney Sweeney sizzled at the premiere of her new movie Reality at the 73rd Berlinale International Film Festival on Saturday.
The Euphoria star, 25, flaunted her fantastic figure in a red dress and smiled broadly at the cameras as she walked the carpet in Berlin, Germany.
Her form-fitting dress was adorned with red sequins and trailed behind her as she walked through the event.
The dress had thin straps and a straight neckline, showing off her ample cleavage.
Sydney’s brown hair has been styled naturally and let down to her shoulders.
For makeup, she opted for a simple look, with pink lipstick and white eyeshadow.
She kept her accessories to a minimum, with just a few rings, bracelets and a simple pair of earrings, so as not to distract from the dress.
Reality is based on real events that happened to a woman named Reality Winner in 2017.
On June 3, Reality, a 25-year-old former Air Force linguist, was caught by the FBI at her home in Augusta, Georgia.
She was questioned and ultimately charged with leaking evidence of Russian interference in Donald Trump’s US election to online whistleblower site The Intercept.
Next, Reality was sentenced to five years and three months in prison, the longest federal sentence ever handed down for the unauthorized disclosure of government information to the media.
The film itself is only an hour and a half of the interrogation that took place at her home.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the beauty opened up about what it was like to fill the role with what she learned on Reality.
“I really felt the weight of the importance of every word and moment shared between these characters, because Reality had lived a life before that.
“We show this very incredible snapshot of a moment and from my conversations with Reality, I filled it in.”
She went on to say, “So when you meet this character on screen, you meet reality.
“You just met her for this day of her life, but you can get an idea of who she is, where she’s from, what’s going through her mind is she’s trying to figure out what to say to those FBI agents.”
The film was directed by Tina Satter, who wrote a Broadway play called Is This A Room, which also focused on Reality Winner’s interrogation.
She also wrote the screenplay for the film alongside James Paul Dallas.
Sydney was joined on the red carpet by Tina, along with fellow cast members Marchant Davis and Josh Hamilton.
For the event, Tina wore a black mini dress with a silver accent piece on her chest.
The director’s auburn hair was pulled back into a messy high ponytail. She paired her outfit with black stockings and simple black heels.
Marchant, who plays a character named Taylor in the film, donned an all-black ensemble. He completed his outfit with a leather jacket, a t-shirt and pants. For an accent piece, he went with a pair of white sneakers.
Josh, who plays Garrick, wore a gray tweed blazer with a black t-shirt underneath and black jeans.