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From my perspective–in the second act, when Ruby and Josh meet again after a year, there was nothing in the script that held her back from getting together with Josh. I feel it’s more interesting to watch imperfect people, imperfect couples. In the first movie, the characters played by Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy are young.
We needed something to tie her down a little bit, like give her a secret. If she had a boyfriend and he had a girlfriend back home it wouldn’t matter because of their ages.
This isn’t anything wrong.” He’s in denial and yet he keeps pushing it to the next level, like one stop instead of two stops. This is the first romantic film I’ve seen set in Hong Kong.
It really is a personal decision on where you draw the line in terms of what’s cheating and what’s not. I think it tells us something about the characters, both Americans living in Hong Kong, being unsettled in time and place. I didn’t know about this city and was surprised by how progressive it is.
DP: In the production notes, Emily says you two to give her back “really good notes in re-working the script” and she “went through two months of intensive re-writes with their guidance.” What were your suggestions? The dialogue flowed, the core of it was there but it just needed a little bit of a polish.
That’s a little loaded: when he says that, of course I know what that is like. So when Ruby and Josh are walking down all those steps in Hong Kong and carrying on a civilized conversation, are there wild thoughts going through their heads? And it’s completely fate because she never takes that ferry to Kowloon, and that where he lives.
But your characters are older, with career responsibilities and a few more years of life and the maturity to make long-term commitments with another person. The wok is one clear difference that sticks out with me.
[Unlike the two young travelers in ] Ruby is in Hong Kong because of her new job.
BG: He’s old enough to be successful at something but young enough to make a pivot.
DP: Bryan, when they first meet, when Josh is taking a break from the party where his girlfriend is, and Ruby asks him for directions, would he have volunteered to walk her to her destination if she had been a guy?
BG (laughing): He was have said, “Hey, man, don’t you have an i Phone? ” DP: So immediately he realizes he’s doing something wrong? It really focuses in on that gray area of what is and what is not cheating–and the morality of actions, even when they are not physical.