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Rue’s empathy and redemption

Rue's empathy and redemption

The second season of the series “Euphoria” is coming

MADRID (EFE) .— With more explosive climbs and deeper falls. This brings the second season of the controversial and successful American series “Euphoria” (winner of three Emmy Awards), which is returning to HBO.

Zendaya (protagonist of fiction) also talked about “empathy and redemption” towards her protagonist Rue in a digital meeting with various media.

That idea, the actress said, is what holds her on to playing such a tough character.

“That feeling of hope, empathy, redemption always comes to mind when I become Rue,” the feeling that whatever happens to her is happening, “she’ll be fine,” she said of the character who made her the youngest actress to receive an Emmy Award for Best Performance, 24 years old.

The HBO Max platform is kicking off the eight new episodes of a series that, when premiered in 2019, would not leave indifferent to those watching this story created and written by Sam Levinson, based on the Israeli series of the same name, which was in turn created by Ron Leshem and Daphna Levin.

Sex, drugs everywhere, scenes of violence and the questioned behavior of a group of young people in an American institute, each with its own personal and family dramas, its complexes, doubts and strengths. And this new season will continue in that direction, with an unbridled and lost rue trying to find a way to salvation.

“It’s not an easy season, it’s by no means easy to see. This season is one of the ups and downs. Some things are really funny and hilarious, but there are also things that are extremely tormenting, “warned Zendaya.

This season starts again with Rue on the wheel of addiction, shortly before the reunion with her great love Jules (Hunter Schäfer) and with the appearance of a new character in her life, played by singer Dominic Fike, one of the new signings of this season.

And it’s late because filming has been interrupted several times by the pandemic. Far from hurting him, both Zendaya and Hunter Schafer, who were also present at the media meeting, appreciated having had this time to digest the pressure.

“When you do something so good, you want to win yourself and that can prevent you from doing so at some point, so I’m glad we had this time,” says model and actress Schafer, who has now become quite a LGTBI + community symbol.

A year ago, two special episodes were filmed and broadcast between season and season, which also served as “preparation” to continue the story and let go of the pressure of the phenomenon, explains Schäfer.

Zendaya added, “The time off has allowed us to feel a little bit out of the way.” And time also served him to realize that “Euphoria” goes far beyond a scandal.

“It is a story told to someone who suffers from feeling less alone in their pain, in their darkness. You’re not the only person involved, “said the actress.

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Aside from the drugs, Zendaya explains, Rue is faced with “inner pain and inner darkness,” which is perhaps “the most painful kind of pain.”

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