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Topic - Sarah Linden
"But this show had to have an impact in a country that is much larger and more violent than Denmark is," she says. "Why should we care about this girl? Because, we care about her family and the other people in her world. So we get deeper into the characters than the Danish version did."
When she joined the series, she says, "I knew there was an end point that would be ideal to get to. But since then we've been finding organically when the story should end. So, whether it's this season or the next, or after that, remains to be seen."