MILLER There are certain elements of growing agency, in the sense that now Credence knows what he is, to some extent. But I think the idea in the first film was that he had repressed his own magic to such an extent that he was unaware of it. And you had Grindelwald, in the guise of Graves, sort of manipulating what awareness remained of the magic that was inside of him, and offering him a chance to join a world in which he would be accepted. So now, Credence has this awareness, but that includes all of the blood on his hands, and the awareness now includes his complete lack of a sense of self. His mission in this film is to try to figure out who he is.