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NENT’s Viaplay orders Swedish drama original starring The Bridge’s Sofia Helin

Nordic Entertainment (NENT) Group-owned streaming service Viaplay has commissioned a Swedish drama series starring The Bridge actor Sofia Helin. Produced by Warner Bros International Television Production Sweden, Limbo follows three women – My (Helin), Ebba (Rakel Wärmländer) and Gloria (Louise Peterhoff) – who learn that their respective sons have been involved in a serious car crash that puts their friendship and priorities to the ultimate test.
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Sofia Helin, Rakel Wärmländer & Louise Peterhoff To Star In Viaplay Original ‘Limbo’ From Warner Bros Sweden

EXCLUSIVE: A trio of Sweden’s biggest acting talents will headline Limbo, an original six-part drama series being made for Nordic major NENT Group’s in-house streamer Viaplay. Rakel Wärmländer (Eva & Adam), Louise Peterhoff (The Truth Will Out) and Sofia Helin (The Bridge) will lead the show, which is produced by Warner Bros ITVP Sweden (NENT Group’s Love Me and the Canneseries winner Partisan). Here’s the synopsis: A late-night phone call changes everything for Ebba (Rakel Wärmländer), My (Sofia Helin) and Gloria (Louise Peterhoff). The news that their respective sons have been involved in a serious car crash puts their friendship and priorities...
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How did Sofia Helin get her scar? Cycling accident marked Atlantic Crossing actress

How did Sofia Helin get her scar? Attention is focussed on the actress who plays Atlantic Crossing’s Princess Martha, and people have noticed the blemish on her face. Sofia Helin is a 49-year-old Swedish actress. In the mid-nineties she went to Calle Flygares theatre school and graduated from the Stockholm Theatre Academy in 2001.
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Sofia Helin Interview: Playing Atlantic Crossing’s Princess Martha

What sort of research and preparation did you do to play the role of Crown Princess Martha?. First of all, I learned Norwegian. And second, because I live in Stockholm and this is where Martha was born and raised, I worked with the staff at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. I happened to know someone who works within the castle, and she took me there and taught me how to sit and behave, and what you’re not supposed to do. For instance, I learned that in the 1940s, a woman at a dinner couldn’t drink any alcohol unless a man at the table proposed a toast. That’s quite shocking, isn’t it? And I learned that you’re not allowed to leave the table and go to the bathroom—even though it can be 13 dishes, you’re not allowed to leave the table! And then also, how to handle the forks and knives and spoons and glasses and everything, and how to sit, and where you’re allowed to put your handbag or not…a lot of things. So it seems quite harsh to be in that environment.
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