Even though she only takes up 11 years next time, so it was far from the first time that Viola Martinsen put his feet on a filmset, when DR last year went on to record dramaserien 'When the dust has settled'.
But anyway, it has been a completely new experience for the young actress, in the series she's in something that she didn't even get to see in tv.
Dramaserien centers namely about a terrorist attack on a restaurant where Viola Martinsen in the role of Marie are out to eat at the restaurant, where her mother, played by Filippa Suenson, working.
Suddenly, the restaurant is transformed into an inferno of screams, blood and dead bodies.
And it was a violent scene for the young girl.
- When we came to record it, I had my real mother on the recording, because it might be a little creepy. But she has said to me that I should think that it's just a movie, and the wilder it looks, the better it is, explains Viola Martinsen.
Viola Martinsen had his mother on the parts of the recordings for the new series. Photo: Niels Christian memory, be/Ritzau Scanpix
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Before she has among other things played with in the film 'What a circus - The mysterious mystery', as she herself is right in the target group.
It can not be said about the DR-dramasatsningen, and therefore has Viola Martinsen also made a deal with her parents that she should not see the series provisional.
- I have not seen any of it, where it was creepy. I have only seen a few clips with myself, where my parents thought that it was not so scary. It is creepy, I must not see, and it is probably very good. I want to see it, for I am much older, " she says, and elaborates.
- I hope it is only the parents who see it.
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It was, however, not only for the 10-year-old star, that scene felt creepy. Also, the seasoned actress Filippa Suenson could feel it.
- It was a very intense thing to record. Also for us adults. And I think it surprised us that it was more violent than any of us had anticipated.
- It is probably because it is so very up the fact, it is not a series, trying to make action or splat, so it feels very close. I myself have two children that are a little less than a Viola, so therefore, I could recognize many of the hverdagssituationerne, she explains.
In the series is her daughter afraid of many things - both to be home alone, to die, and for that there must be something with her mother. And the anxiety that Viola Martinsen illustrates in the role, has given food for thought for Fillippa Suenson.
- You've as an adult, whether you are a parent or grandparent, or educator, a responsibility to reassure and say that it is not so bad. And who has the series been for me a reminder to remember to embrace the here, the irrational fear, children can sometimes have, and that we adults also have, but perhaps we are better to pack a little, she says.
'When the dust has settled' is sent Sunday at 20: 00 on DR1.