The Bridge: Live web chat with Hans Rosenfeldt

Wednesday 29 January 2014, 18:23

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Hans Rosenfeldt is the lead writer and co-creator of Danish/Swedish crime thriller, The Bridge.

He will be answering questions live in the comments below after the series two double bill finale on BBC Four.

The comments will open before shortly the web chat starts at 11pm on Saturday, 1 February and will finish at midnight. Hans won’t be able to answer every question submitted and we also ask that questions and comments fall under our house rules.

So get your questions ready as Saga and Martin race against the clock to prevent a disaster.

Saga Norén (Sofia Helin) and Martin Rohde (Kim Bodnia) Saga Norén (Sofia Helin) and Martin Rohde (Kim Bodnia)

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    Comment number 1.

    A few questions....Great series, 1. Did you film in a sepia or was that light in the film the natural daylight ? 2. How difficult was it to find an actress to play Saga and her obvious difficulties? 3. Is there anyone left alive in Malmo to be able to kill off in a 3rd series ?? Regards, Stephen

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    Comment number 2.

    When you begin creating a story that follows an unfolding narrative, where do you start? Do you start at the end with a profile of the killer or the crime, knowing exactly what the outcome is going to be? Or do you start at the beginning, knowing as much as the viewer and then letting the story unfold for you, ‘choosing’ your plot as you go along – in the same way that the viewer might hypothesize about what is going to happen next? Thank you. This is really one of the most absorbing crime dramas I have seen.

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    Comment number 3.

    I really like the characters in the series, particularly Saga. Who/What was the inspiration for her character? Thank you.

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    Comment number 4.

    Hi everybody.
    Thanks for having me and for watching the show.
    I will try to answer as many question as I can. Please remember that English is not my first language so I'm sorry for grammar/spelling errors. / Hans

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    Comment number 5.

    And question 4....why, potentially write Martin out of another series as there can't possibly be a way to let him continue as a cop ?


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