12 different men and women who do not know each other, moving onto a farm, where together they must fight and knokle for basic necessities such as food and other supplies, while at the same time they need to build and run a farm.
It is the focal point of the 'Home to the farm', if the fourth season is set to premiere on TV2 on Sunday evening, and in front of the program is once again Lene Beier.
What separates this season from the previous ones, is that the vast majority of the participants have something in the backpack that they would like to do away with: a wound or a ballast from the past, as they will want to confront, she says.
- In fact, the participants have much in common, but they just don't. So this season is all very much about the group dynamics of good and evil, explains Lene Beier.
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In the program, they have neither access to running water, and even the smallest things you take for granted in your everyday life, allowed the participants themselves to roll up our sleeves to make that happen.
The more pressure the participants become, the more layers are peeled off, and it makes it extra hard to handle things, as they have with the mentally in the backpack, explains Lene Beier.
- It is quite interesting, for we all have something we do not tell others. But the thing comes forward in the course of the programmes, and it is some pretty important topics being taken up along the way.
- They are very brave and very honest about it, they have tried every especially. It also touched something in me, while we were doing it, and I think also, it makes in others when they see it, says Lene Beier.
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Even though the 'Home farm' is intended to be an entertainment program, it goes to the layer further down, think the seasoned tv host.
- It is real people, their lives and emotions, we follow, and I'm not made of stone, and also takes some of it home with me. Fortunately, I have Anders - the world's best man, as I have been with for 18 years - that I can sit down with, drink a cup of coffee and talk it through, she says.
'Home to the farm' is set to premiere on TV2 on Sunday at 20.