According to Angela, this show is about having fun together. “You get on the train with Janie and Andre, you leave it, you walk through the city and you have dinner with them in the restaurant. You are completely taken into their adventure. They show you places you may not have been before, which is great.” Think of the Netherlands He does too. When you think about this program, you quickly start thinking: This is where I want to go too. Moreover, snow and mountains add extra atmosphere at this time.
Angela notes that she's always been fascinated by the show, mainly because of one specific aspect: the chemistry between Andre and Janie. “I see this as a reflection of my parents or my neighbors or any other couple who have been happily married for forty years and still radiate love for each other. They bicker and joke, and it's great to watch. This chemistry is so contagious. It feels so familiar.”
Jani and Andrei look at the map together, discuss the route and take lots of pictures from the train window. These are all very special situations for viewers, according to Angela. “Sometimes you also see Janie thinking: 'Oh Andre, please don't do that,' but that makes it funny. The dynamics of a couple who have been together for forty years is what I like about this show. It really makes me think: This is the way Which I want to be with my partner in the future.
In addition to Janie and Andre, there's another person stealing the show: Janie's dog, Nan. “The directors know exactly when to show a shot of the dog. He's often lying there as if thinking: 'Just let me lie down,' and that's also very funny. The scenes where he has his head on top of the backpack, or when he's sitting on the sled and Janie is pulling him, are also great.” “But the highlight for me was when he put on his snow boots and did a kind of dance. It was great to watch.”
You don't expect those scenes with Nahan, and that's what makes them fun, according to Angela. “This whole program is designed and implemented from beginning to end. Everything is planned and organized, and all the meetings are arranged in advance. In fact, nothing is spontaneous, but the way this dog behaves is of course unpredictable, and this gives the program a playful character.
Finally contains I'm thinking of Switzerland According to Angela, it has all the elements that other travel shows have, but for the target group that Max knows how to touch well: the average person. “It is of course nice to see how Flürtje Diessing travels to remote areas, and I really enjoy this program, but for many it is unrecognizable when you have to spend days on a ship and end up on an uninhabited island in the sea.” “The Pacific Ocean. The ocean will arrive.” In contrast, Switzerland can be recognized. “This is a destination we can all go to,” Angela adds. “These are dreams that are achievable. These are the dreams of ordinary people, and they will become a reality on this show.”
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