David Yates

“This is a slightly more sensual film, because it is a love story. There’s a sense of sensuality between the characters, which is lovely, actually. It feels like everything’s growing up and getting a bit more sophisticated. This is a little bit more political with a small p than perhaps the others. And what we’ve done more than any of the others is this is very much a sort of, like, multi-character narrative. So you – we’re following a lot of characters all at the same time – it’s a series of couplets. It’s a series of love stories, really. It’s a series of people – and really, the central theme is, you know, falling in love, falling out of love, falling in love with an ideology, being drawn into love, being corrupted by love. It’s really – it all circles around that central premise of love, I think.”

Source: Collider