Children kneel down and touch the crucifix of the wax version of Pope Benedict XVI in the Madame Tussauds Museum in Amsterdam February 18, 2008. The figure of Pope Benedict XVI, the first to be made of the reigning Pope, was made at the Tussauds Studios in London over a period of three months. The figure was created on the basis of research material and with the knowledge of the Vatican. At the end of April the figure will be transported to its definitive destination, the Berlin branch of Madame Tussauds which has yet to open.
But why is it so unlife-like?