Then Lotte Andersen went to the casting on the DR-series 'When the dust has settled', it was a very specific thing, she was measured at.
The most important thing for the role was that she had a natural chemistry with Karen-Lise Mynster, as she plays married with in the series.
They were looking for a companion for her, and we just had a pissegod chemistry, explains the 56-year-old Lotte Andersen.
The two actresses had never played against each other before they got the roles in the DR-series.
Therefore, they met privately and took it into their own hands to explore the chemistry that was between them, and make sure to be able to use it on the recordings.
Karen-Lise Mynster in 'When the dust has settled'.
- There was an immediate spark between us. I like Karen-Lise, and have a great respect for the things she has made, and she has it in the same way with me. So do you do fat in the immediate spark and the desire you have for each other, and use it, explains Lotte Andersen.
- We are both deeply professional people who quickly get under the skin of it and agreed on how things should be, she says.
In the series plays Lotte Andersen the role of Stina, a psychiatrist, who has just retired and is looking forward to her wife, who is a politician, goes on and dedicate themselves to their marriage.
In the third section, which was sent on Sunday evening, one sees the two women in an erotic and passionate moment.
- It was so easy to imagine with Karen-Lise. It just takes a spark, which is set in advance, and go with it. And then you are all very professional in how some scenes: 'Now you must keep me here', and 'you may well take fat that'. So far and no further, and so we work with it, says the actress.
She has enjoyed getting allowed to portray love and passion in an age group and a constellation, which would otherwise not have received much attention in prime time.
- It is funny that it is such a little taboo. It is out there. There is love between two older women, and it is available pretty much, I think. It is not unusual, so it should go into. And now there was a possibility of it, so it was we with on. Svesken on the disk, says Lotte Andersen and smiles.