WHAT IS THE SERIES ABOUT?
NINA PROLL SHOOTS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HER NATIVE TYROL
Born in the Waldviertel region of Austria, she moved to Vienna when she was twelve and only relocated to Tyrol when she was 34, after the birth of her son. We wanted to know whether she feels more comfortable in the city or in the country? "Since I know both, I actually felt comfortable in Tyrol at the second. I admit, the mountains had an extreme effect on me at the beginning, also partly constricting. But also fascinating. In the meantime, I feel incredibly comfortable and can't imagine living in the city anymore," she says .
Nina moved to Tyrol to be with her husband Gregor Bloéb, who also has a role in the series and whom we were allowed to interview afterwards. So it's no wonder that the actress associates Innsbruck directly with her husband, because "without him I wouldn't be here. I never imagined that one day I would end up in Tyrol, but now I am very happy"
BREATHE DEEPLY AND FEEL FREE IN INNSBRUCK
Since we have Nina in front of the microphone, we want to know more about her Tyrolean connection right away. Where and during which activity can you really breathe deeply and feel so free? "In the meadows of the Inn. I often run or walk along the Inn. Or I use the Inn cycle path, which runs for miles along the Inn. I also like to go out into the forest right by our place. I don't go to a summit that often, so only sometimes. It's enough for me to walk uphill in the forest for one or two hours, I can switch off really well. In winter, of course, I go ski touring. The first Christmas present from my husband were touring skis and I still use them now. That's actually what I love doing the most: going up with the skis and then skiing down once."
So, if you're out and about in the Innsbruck region this winter, chances are you'll meet the actor-couple off the slopes. Or perhaps in a hut, as Nina's favourite Tyrolean dishes include Kaspressknödel and Schlutzkrapfen, she tells us. At home, thanks to her husband's fallow deer breeding, there is also often game, which he prepares very well himself.
"IN INNSBRUCK YOU HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO BE HAPPY"
INSIDER TALK WITH GREGOR BLOÉB
Here is the whole interview:
We would like to thank the three of them for the interview and finally we have a competition for all of you who want to see the new series as soon as possible AND want to combine it with a trip to Innsbruck!
Innsbruck Tourismus is giving away 5 x 2 tickets to the premiere of Aus die Maus on Sunday morning, 28.11.2021.
The prize in detail:
- 5 x 2 premiere tickets for 28 November 2021
- followed by brunch with meet & greet. With: Nina Proll, Gregor Bloéb and screenwriter Uli Brée
- Goodie bag with cool surprises
To enter the competition, simply answer the competition question on the competition website and register via the form. The closing date for entries is 14 November 2021.
WALK IN NINA'S FOOTSTEPS:
By the way, Aus die Maus is not the first series to be filmed in the Innsbruck region. Did you know that the city was once the setting for an Indian soap opera? You can read the story about it at Hartmut 's and at Carlos '.
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