The first comment of my girlfriend when we went out of the cinema where we watched ‘kill your darlings’, was ‘so basically this is just a drarry au angst’
"I believe there is another world waiting for us. A better world. And I’ll be waiting for you there."
There was something dark in that last scene. They’re together. They’re badly, deeply hurt, but they still have a love and they’re still drawn to each other. That’s probably the most happy of the ways it could have ended. It came full circle, and I loved shooting that scene. It felt very much like the end of an era — there wasn’t one ounce of innocence left in that relationship.
From the start, they’re each other’s ideal…it’s also a part of Cesare’s vanity, his love for his sister. Lucrezia is his female counterpart. She completes him.
"HeadSix being overdramatic about stuff", a blog.
We wouldn’t last one day without her.