IN the documentary film 'An uncommon life' gives Lars Løkke Rasmussen a unique insight into his everyday life in the tip of Denmark. There will be drawn a picture of a busy man, with long work days, many meetings and crowded agendas. But there is also time for walks in the swimming pool with his daughter Lisa and walks with braided fingers with Solrun.
- When Lars is at home, it's him who make the food. Otherwise it frysepizza, says Solrun Løkke Rasmussen, who opens privatlivsposen and get her husband to thoughtfully to admit that his family are those who have had to pay the highest price that he could live out his political dreams:
- When Bergur was little, I was never in the course of the week. I came home, when he had gone to bed, and I was gone again when he woke up. So when I got the weekend on Friday, he was angry and withdrew from me. So I spent the whole weekend, and to win him back - and then we had a big good Sunday together. And so it started all over again.
- I was away when they (the children, red.) was quite small.
Solrun, Bergur, Simon, Lisa and Lars to premiereforestilling in the Circus. It was otherwise not much, the children saw their father in their childhood, acknowledge Lars Løkke Rasmussen. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix.
But the consequences for the children have not only been too little time with dad. It has also been, that they should see your father on the front page of the newspapers, in tv and hung out in the social media.
- the Children have been informed, when there have been cases on the way, so they knew what they would be greeted by in the schoolyard. But it has not been fun for them.
In the documentary, which is located on dr.dk, you also get an impression of how large of a team, around the clock varter, Lars Løkke Rasmussen. He is constantly - even when he is in the swimming pool with his daughter - flanked by at least one PET-guard, but at times the flock was huge with both ministersekretærer, advisors and political assistants.
They make sure that his tie sits nicely, when he is on tv. They make sure that his coffee cup is being filled, and that his telephone is being downloaded at home in private, when he should forget it.
On the home front changed they to decide, tell Lars and Solrun Løkke Rasmussen. - When was the last time you bent?, ask Lars for the fun of his wife. - Jaaaa, you are then still prime minister, the equivalent of Solrun. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix.
During an interview, to interrupt a press secretary even Loop, because of his one eye 'look dry out'.
- See it dry out? Well, what will you have me do about it? Pour water in it?, sounds the to pointed from the Loop, however, immediately gets stuck a bottle of eyedrops in his hand.
One senses that the Loop expresses his dream every day - but at the same time can be hard to always be the man for the death.
- to have the power, as I have the power, means sovereign influence. For example, it is supreme to my decision, who should be ministers. It is my responsibility alone.
- I have the. It is heavy to stand alone with the. To lead a country or a government requires a certain brutality.
But the brutality is necessary, " says Lars Løkke Rasmussen:
- It may not be possible to make a political career, as I have done it, if not you sometimes just breathing into the lungs and takes half a step back and think: what is required? And it can be, for example, to take leave of a minister. It belongs with.