Sabina Laurinová about daughters Valentine’s Day and May: What did they inherit from her and how are they doing today?

Although Valentine and May have a lot of their fathers, Sabina Laurinová perceives that they are similar to her in many ways. One says: “I see myself, she’s acting just like me now!” Or: “She looked like me now!”,“ she entrusted to the Lifee.cz website.

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Are your daughters visually similar to you?
Sure, they’re my daughters. Each of them has a lot of their fathers. We took pictures together a year ago and it was challenging, because when the resulting images are selected, each of us has a lot of comments. It’s us women. Choosing a joint photo of three women is a big task.

How do you perceive your differences?
We are each different. Character and visual traits occasionally meet, but then they break up again. We each have something in common.

And what do you have in common?
May and I have the same eyes, and Valentine’s Day has a similar expression, but at the same time there is something about Dads. It’s such a mosaic. Of course, we have the same character traits, it’s funny how many times. One says: “I see myself, she’s acting just like me now!” Or: “She looked like me now!” These are moments. One day, I’m just their mom and we won’t deny it.

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How are your daughters doing today?
We are a girl’s family and it will take quite a while. Every age brings something different. I think age covidu she slowed everything down. I feel sorry for the young people because she cut them off socially, friendly, and culturally. Now everything is finally coming back. I would say that there is such a more relaxed period when my daughters meet with friends and catch up on cultural experiences and school holidays. They are trying to live again and enjoy what they have been denied. This year, the older daughter is graduating from the Ježek Conservatory in the field musical.

So she had to manage distance learning?
It’s weird because the kids have now spent two years at the computer. Even some musical or acting exercises had to be done via Skype, and that sounds awful to me. Our profession is contact. You need to touch people and look them in the eye, feel them close to each other. This is cold. It’s extremely stupid for schools like this, and I personally can’t imagine it.

We meet today because of the emerging musical Night at Karlštejn in the premises of Scéna at Občanská plovárna in the center of Prague. Do you have a relationship with this place?
Yes, today I returned to the places we went with my classmates when we had a break during class. I studied a short distance away across the river, on the Smetana embankment. I would be quite interested in how we would deal with distance learning at that time.

What else? Sabina Laurinová did she speak In the upcoming continuation of our interview, you will learn:

  • What will be her role in the upcoming summer musical Night at Karlštejn
  • What extraordinary experiences he has from playing in the open air
  • Why she doesn’t like wigs
  • How he puts up theatrical make-up
  • What the actors had to do in the 1990s
  • Why she’s happy for her role in the ZOO series

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