JA­COB KOWAL­SKI AND QUEE­NIE GOLD­STEIN

(dan FogLER and aLi­son su­doL)

SFX - - Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald -

FOGLER This one takes up where the first film left off, so a few months have passed. They’re to­gether, and be­cause all the rules are so harsh, they’re trav­el­ling to Eu­rope to find a place to be to­gether. How they get there is quite in­ter­est­ing.

ALI­SON SU­DOL They’re two peo­ple who are deal­ing with a re­ally un­fair sit­u­a­tion. You know, love is hard enough to find – pe­riod. To have some­thing as ar­bi­trary as “you’re dif­fer­ent and you can­not min­gle, you cer­tainly can’t be to­gether” – it’s lu­di­crous. Quee­nie cer­tainly thinks it’s ridicu­lous, and just wants to be with some­one she loves. It’s par­tic­u­larly hard be­cause she can read ev­ery­one’s minds – there’s not a lot of mys­tery with men, you know? So when she finds a good one, she’s go­ing to do what she has to do, which is not nec­es­sar­ily al­ways mak­ing the wis­est choices.

FOGLER Ja­cob’s like Alice in Won­der­land, fall­ing down the rab­bit hole. I equate it to Bot­tom meet­ing Ti­ta­nia. He’s trans­fig­ured, this weird schlub. But she loves him for some rea­son, and they share this dream to­gether. I think he’s ad­dicted to that.

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