Lisa-Marie Koroll (25) can be seen on March 29 in the television film "Wolfswinkel" produced by WDR on the first (8:15 p.m.). In it she plays a young adult who is radicalized by a right-wing influencer (Claudia Eisinger, 38).
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"It never gets boring," she says. Every district is different. That's what makes Berlin so exciting. "Also, of course, it's a very artistic city, with a lot of history that you can just feel," she adds.
In "Wolfswinkel" the actress can present her Berlin dialect, for which she trained before filming. "It was unusual," she says. For the acting profession, you first learn perfect High German. "Taking that and learning a dialect that was new to me was definitely an interesting experience." This showed her that she would like to learn other dialects in the future.
But she "prepared for her role like she would for any other role". For "Wolfswinkel" it was particularly important to understand where this radical change and the motivation came from. No character is black and white. "Ultimately, it's always a small social experiment," she says.