Actress Carolina Vera (49) part of “The ship of dreams— New Year’s edition. This time she’s going to “The Bahamas” (1.1., 8:15 p.m., ZDF). In an interview with Spot on News, she reveals her surprising assessment of the supposed dream island state of the Atlantic: says the artist, who was born in Chile, about her New Year’s wishes and what her birthday, which she celebrates on January 4th, means to her.
‘Dream Ship’ star: ‘I thought the Bahamas was a travel paradise’
How will you watch the “Traumschiff” episode broadcast?
Carolina Vera: “Of course I’ve already seen the movie, but I’m very excited to see how the movie is received, what ratings and what comments there are.”
Have you experienced the feeling of family in the oft-talked-about “Traumschiff” team?
Vera: “I experienced this feeling several times during the different shoots. As if everyone is surfing, each one on his own wave and yet all together. So it was with this ‘Traumschiff’ shot too. It feels good. You can spend some time Together or leave each other alone. It’s a feeling of togetherness combined with freedom. That’s great.”
What are the highlights of this photography?
Vera: “The sea. The sea, the sea.”
This time we went to the Bahamas. How did you like it there?
Vera: “I thought, like many others, that the Bahamas is a paradise for travelers. When I was there, I quickly realized that this country we would never be friends with. The right feeling, the sense of well-being just overtook me in places, and I never settled here.”
What did you do there alone?
Vera: “What free time did I have there besides filming with Dennenesch [Zoudé, Schauspielkollegin, Red.] on the beach “.
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You play the role of a psychiatrist, Dr. Mary Wagner, who is surprisingly confronted with the love between her son and her older patient. What do you like about it?
Vera: “In my role, I loved Mary’s inner struggle. The inner journey from security to losing control to letting go.”
“Dream Sheep” airs on New Year’s Day. What is your personal tradition for the New Year?
Vera: “Every year on New Year’s Eve you let go of the old and welcome the new. I approach this inevitable ritual and do it the same way. I imagine the year coming to a close with all the challenges and gifts, always saying goodbye to it and then making space for something new.”
What is your biggest wish for the new year?
Vera: “On the one hand, I wish the world that the tense political situation would calm down and that dialogue would be possible again. Because only through dialogue can new things develop, solutions can be found and peace can be agreed upon. On the other hand, I now automatically wish I could take pictures from the sea again in 2023.”
At the beginning of the year, you also celebrate a milestone birthday. What does the number 50 mean to you?
Vera: “At first this number had a huge meaning that I could not fully understand, but the closer it got, the more I realized that it was just another round of adventures on this beautiful planet. Growing old and wise is, after all, a luxury of life.”
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