"Fuck the wall!" She is back among us. Luise Koschinsky the original. The uncrowned femme fatale and much-loved stunner from Meppen is back with a vengeance. Ten years ago she appeared, as if from nowhere, in the RTL show "Olm" and rumbled in her charmingly gruff way into the hearts of a huge fan community.
Hundreds of thousands of clicks on You Tube testify to her immense popularity. In her first book, entitled "Ein Pullover voll Frau" (A Sweater Full of Woman), she lets us in on a world full of crazy stories and encounters. Where the view of things is unfortunately obstructed for most reflective individuals of today, Luise Koschinsky's view is called "attack" on everything, without much brooding. Luise is not a type of chancellor's mommy, but a woman of clear statements. Unlike in the past, however, sentiment, sadness and itchiness are now also part of her message.
In other words, Luise has thought about wellness and soccer, about birth and puberty, about clothes, culture, lifestyle, about the psyche and melancholy, and of course sex, true to the motto: "I'm a mature woman in my late forties and I don't need any more foreplay."