Eva & Adam, or Ellen Fjaestad
and Carl-Robert Holmer-Kårell, visited Skandia on Tuesday to present the film "The Neverending Story".
The junior group's
Stevanni Karlsson and Tite Lindroth took the chance to ask the pair questions.
Tite: - How
old are you now? Which school do you go to?
Ellen: - I am 17 years old. I go to Kungsholmens music class.
17 years old, a year younger than Ellen. It is very "viktigt" (can't think of a good english translation)! I go to Östra real,
Stevanni: - How old were you when you played Eva & Adam?
- When the first series played we were 11, second 12 and when the film played we were 14 years old.
- How did you get in Eva & Adam?
Ellen: - There was a screen test in
school but I didn't want to go audition. They picked me up when I was on my way to my piano lesson and asked if I wanted to.
So the day after I screentested and three days before the production began I found out I got the role.
- I screentested for Pip-Larsson but didn't get the role. But however they called me when it was time
for the next series. And so I got the role as Adam!
Tite: - Who was funniest with to be with
in the series?
Ellen: - "Gemenskapen" (? don't know what that is), all the friends you made,
both adult and young!
Stevanni: - Do you still have contact with others from the series?
- Yes, with Ellen and Pablo.
Ellen: - Apart from Carl-Robert I have contact
with Annika and Petra.
Stevanni: - Were you ever in love during production?
Ellen: - No, only really
Carl-Robert: - But from the beginning we didn't even think about each other. I did not want to have a girl like
Stevanni: - Was it nerve-racking the first time you saw yourselves on TV?
Ellen: - No, not so. I thought it was cool.
- I also thought that, I mean it is really not so cool to be on TV!
Tite: - Apart from The Neverending Story, what are your favorite
Carl-Robert: Lilo & Stitch, I laughed through the whole film!
I liked Amelie from Montmartre a lot.
Stevanni and Tite: - Thanks so much
and good luck with forthcoming projects!
Ellen and Carl-Robert: - Thank you!
together by: Karin Lagerholm
Thank You sooo much to Kyle (from the playful-play boards) for the translation!!