Sew is pronounced the same as "so". That's why costumer I knew called his business "The Old Sew and Sew", a play on the mildly insulting phrase of someone being an old so and so, usually when more offensive words would be inappropriate or harsher than intended.
It must be even more confusing when a person who sews is called a sewer, pronounced the same as sower (someone planting grain, etc.), and a waste water system also called a sewer, pronounced the same as your very amusing lawyer example above.
The pronunciation of "barret" is wrong. Or rather: the "a"-sound. There are two types of "a" in Swedish, one "long and light" and one "short and dark". She is using the light one here, although it should be the dark one (formed further back in the mouth)