If you are one of the faithful viewers of TV2's documentary series, 'Vintage 0', then surely you will also remember Oscar, who is the older brother to Christian Elhauge, as viewers have followed, since he was quite small.
In the last season of the 'Year 0' could the viewers to follow, as the 22-year-old Oscar Elhauge about a year ago moved from the family in a fixed framework and along with its gf Line in a small apartment in Aarhus city center. Beforehand the two had been dating for three years.
But after they moved in together, it went wrong for the pair. They have now chosen to go from each other, and therefore is the 22-year-old Oscar Elhauge moved back home to his family in the Wigan-villa again.
It writes tv2.dk.
According to Oscar Elhauge, the couple had too much of that going up and down each other all the time.
- When you are together every single day, it quickly becomes too much. I didn't feel I had as much freedom as I could wish, says Oscar Elhauge for tv2.dk.
Oscar has been single. Photo: Anders Agerbo/ TV 2
Fortunately for Oscar Elhauge is his old room at home with mother Tina and father Mogens, Aarhus become available again, after younger brother Ludwig, who had taken over the room, is taken at school.
- Ludwig has taken most of his things with him at school, so I can easily be here. I have the megadejligt and is much happier again, saith the Oscar Elhauge.
the Last season of the 'Year 0' is just gone in time. Here, we follow Stephanie (left), Christian and Rachel. Photo: Camilla Hey/TV2
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even Though he's not much for admitting it, has Oscar Elhauge missed his family while he has been living out.
– There have been periods where I did not so my parents in five-six weeks. And I could as well notice that it soon was time to be seen again. My family is just like my life, says Oscar Elhauge, who is training to become a teacher.
Ekstra Bladet has tried to get a comment from Oscar Elhauge, but he is at the time of writing not be returned on our request.
5 things you never knew about 'Vintage 0':
the production company Easy Film received over 300 submissions, as they in 1999 searched for pregnant families, who for 18 years was willing to let their lives be closely followed, filmed and made publicly available. Five families were selected, and only had in common the fact that they had a child in the beginning of the year 2000.
- We downloaded among the other inspiration from the british documentary series, 'Seven-up', there followed a number of individuals born in the 1960s – with a programopsamling every seventh year, the programme organises Anne Hjort explained to tv2.dk
From the beginning it was supposed to be in the Danish project had to be a single program per year, with the news reports and reportage, but this was quickly dropped and the concept was instead turned in a more documentary direction, where the children's and families ' everyday lives was the foundation in the programmes.
in Addition, there were added an element - inspired by the BBC in England - where the families themselves produced video diaries.
made about a date per. family of the month. In total there are about 45 optagedage of the year, to be distributed to families. Shooting three to four hours of material on each date. It will say that it has made about 150 hours of footage in total on a season.
Every day film material then cut sharply down so that comes to a total of approximately three to four minutes of finished television material out of a whole day of recordings.
The Danish ’Year 0’-the project has inspired other countries.
In 2010, among other things, Sweden, the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium, the gap in the recording of a number of similar programs - just with the start in the second decade of the new millennium.
You can see the 'Vintage 0', and become much wiser on how it goes with Oscar, Christian and all the other every Tuesday at 20.00 on TV2 or TV2 Play.
On the TV2 Play you can also watch the program 'the academy Girl & Guitar', which is exclusively produced for TV2 Play, and where Oscar Elhauge is the protagonist.