Ezra Miller

“I always saw that dynamic [Credence & Graves] as they need things from each other. Credence is in this position where he just desperately needs any sort of affection, acknowledgement, just human touch – I mean, there’s a real hunger. We would talk about these scenes with Graves as like, coming out of the desert and someone being like ‘here, I’ve got water’ in terms of giving him recognition, giving him love. Feeding him this idea that he can be a part of something greater than himself. And then, on the flip side, Graves has things that he really needs from Credence and there’s a sort of evolution of them questioning whether or not they’re going to be able to derive what they need from the other.”

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