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Daniel Brühl: It's not the typical story of a male hero who rescues the girl, it's the other way around. That gives Emma the opportunity to be a strong, young woman.
Florian Gallenberger: I think what's really exceptional about Emma is that she has such a presence, such a bright energy. If she's on frame, you look at her, and I really wanted someone who has this radiant energy to go into a dark place and Colonia Dignidad was a very dark place. I think that's what made the role really interesting for her because she wanted to show that she can play a grown-up woman, that she can pull off a film where she's the main character, and I think that was the challenge for her, to explore these kind of emotions and these kind of conflicts within a character.