Faced with some controversy, the director Kate herron has explained how she sees the relationship between Loki and Sylvie in the series ‘Loki’
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The director of ‘Loki’, Kate herron, has addressed the incest controversy surrounding Sylvie.
In the Disney + series, the God of Deception variant Sylvie and the titular antihero played by Tom Hiddleston They embark on a kind of romance, intertwined with all the temporal chaos that surrounds them. They eventually share a kiss, but this didn’t go down as well in some corners of the fanbase.
“My interpretation of this is that they are both Lokis, but they are not the same person”, Herron said in an interview with Polygon. “I don’t see them as a brother and sister. They have completely different backgrounds and I think that’s really important to their character. They have the same role in terms of universe and destiny, but they will not make the same decisions. “.
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Thematically, the director suggests that, for Loki, falling in love with Sylvie is simply an exploration of “self-love.”In a sense, you are learning to understand your own motivations.
“[La serie] she looks at herself and wonders: ‘What defines each of us?’ I mean, look at all the Lokis in history, they’re all completely different, “Herron explained. “I think there is something beautiful about his romantic relationship with Sylvie, but they are not interchangeable”.
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