Being in that room was a kind of therapy for her. We had a lot of discussions about the identity thing and the fact it’s not well done and is something people can discover easily. But then I also wondered afterwards how the courtroom scenes were shot and whether all the actors were actually together for those scenes or if the actors only had to be there for certain reaction shots and a lot of other scenes were edited together later? Bruyne attended Kopergietery to train herself in acting. I wondered initially if that was some indication that the/a cat was some kind of trigger in Holly’s memory to past trauma but maybe it was just a sign that Holly wasn’t really in “the moment” so it didn’t take much to distract her? At first you see her hard shell. I wondered if your background in theatre was also a factor in attracting you to the part particularly when it came to the courtroom scenes. She stands with a height of about 5 feet and 6 inches. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. View agent, publicist, legal and company contact details on IMDbPro Getting Started | Contributor Zone » Someone who has a lot of scars she carries with her from her past. She is most famous for appearing in the 2012 drama Little Black Spiders. She joined the Ontroerend Goed Theatre company and started working after she completed her training in acting. By helping him she’s also helping herself. Charlotte De Bruyne was born on the 11th of September 1990. I think at the end it’s completely unclear if they’re going to end up together but they really helped each other in that moment. However, the actress seems to have maintained it well. It’s not even clear – and I don’t think it matters – if the cat is actually there or is just in her head. Bryne is popular on social platforms like Instagram. I wanted to start by talking a little bit about how you got involved with the series in the first place. It sounds quite personal maybe but I really cared about the sex scenes. I think sometimes the emphasis can be on the fact that they have to be strong women and I liked portraying a character that showed her vulnerable side as well. That can be difficult sometimes – when as an actor you just have to listen but it was actually a great theatre class. As we find out later Holly had a traumatic experience where her parents were shot in a home invasion and she feels incredibly guilty because it turns out she was there and too terrified to call the police. Amongst other things we got to talk about: the importance of multi-faceted female characters and authentic sex scenes and about how her theatre background probably stood her in good stead when it came to filming the series. She’s someone who wants to start again, who is building a wall around this trauma where she also has a huge feeling of guilt where she doesn’t dare to say who she is. For example Soil – which is going to be on Netflix around the world? Charlotte De Bruyne is a Belgian actress. It’s really important for the character to feel like she genuinely cares for someone again.
Thank you so much to Charlotte for being such a wonderful interviewee. Charlotte De Bruyne was born on September 11, 1990 in Gent, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
(As we talked about prevously) there’s no one answer to these things though and my own thoughts are sometimes shifting so if you talked to me in a month my answer might be slightly different. Keep your little bookworms engaged outside of the classroom with our selection of the very best literary adaptations. I think we liked the idea that it was so see through. The series follows the case of respected headmistress Frie Palmers who stands accused of two murders, the latter being her own child.
Your explanation also works well but certainly for me when I shot it it was about being judged. Yes – I knew the writers (Bert van Dael & Sanne Nuyens) already & that they were making interesting work which looks at character psychology on quite a high level. I was able to sit down and talk with the writers who had already done heaps of research and that was super helpful – also when it came to talking about the trauma Holly had gone through as they’d spent a lot of time talking with people who had been traumatised as part of that research. How do you think you – Charlotte – would have voted (Guilty or Not Guilty) based on the evidence you had? Was there something in particular that attracted your interest to audition for the role? She has a very personal sex scene, the fact that she has f**k buddies but plays hard to get (on an emotional level) and later you get to know more about her past and see a different side of her.
I often really dislike them/don’t believe them. For example the discussions she has with Joeri after the trial and whether he would’ve voted differently if the Brazilian guy hadn’t died.
I saw an interview with the producer and director talking about how the actors were involved in developing their characters and wondered if there was anything in particular you fought for for Holly in that regard.
No – never been on a jury. Looking for something to watch?