It was really cold. It was November in Sweden, so it was really close to the freezing point and one day it was raining, too. And yes, it was tough, but the schedule was tight and we had to keep going. Luckily, dancers are honestly the most professional people in the world. They just get into it and do it, so that was actually how it came off. I love working with dancers, they are so professional and so passionate about what they do. Once they did it, it was much worse for me, since I was heavily pregnant and it wasn’t a good idea for me to go up and down a hill; I was really in pain. Going outside to film took us a long time, since we had to change lightning, rearrange everything and sometimes the set was not what we had in mind. For example, we tried to film in an angled way but it was too exhausting for the dancers, because they were drowning in sawdust. On the other hand, the other set was stickier, and so we could do whatever we wanted.