Actress: Desirée Nosbusch could do without social networks

The actress Desirée Nosbusch (58, "The Ireland Crime") would find it healthier if social networks did not exist at all.

Actress: Desirée Nosbusch could do without social networks

The actress Desirée Nosbusch (58, "The Ireland Crime") would find it healthier if social networks did not exist at all. "I would prefer that for young people in particular. Because I believe that you have to have a lot of life experience to properly evaluate and use all the anonymous statements," said Nosbusch of the German Press Agency in Hamburg. And added: "Because you have to know that there are many people out there who just say bad things and judge without knowing what that can trigger."

For young people who are still in a phase of self-discovery, this sometimes has traumatic consequences.

"For some, it also means that they get rich overnight - that's also a danger, because of these "minutes of fame" - fame for the sake of fame, because life has so many other important facets," said the actress further. And she couldn't say of herself that she didn't mind a funny comment on the net. "I realize I'm at a point where I'm becoming more and more careful with it," Nosbusch said.

The "Bad Banks" star from Luxembourg is investigating as former star lawyer Anna Conti in the Hamburg crime thriller "Conti - My Two Faces". The legal thriller directed by Claudia Garde is to be the start of a planned series that is specially tailored to Nosbusch. The pilot film runs on Arte this Friday at 8.15 p.m. and on ZDF this Saturday, also at 8.15 p.m.

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