& # 39; I'm going to scale it up & # 39 ;: Pheaebe Waller-Bridge from Fleabag reveals that they are & # 39; larger global political theme & # 39; s & # 39; in her future works while honoring the cover of Vogue
Fleabag writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge has said she plans to scale up her work & # 39; when it comes to taboos and politics.
Decorate the cover of Fashion, the star, 34, said: “I feel like I'm scaling up a bit. I will scale up to gradually get bigger with my themes & such and so on, and I feel that I might want to think more politically, more globally.
& # 39; I don't know, but I feel something bubbling. & # 39;
& # 39; I'm going to scale it up & # 39 ;: Fleabag & # 39; s Phoebe Waller-Bridge revealed that it is & # 39; larger global political theme & # 39; s & # 39; will discuss in her future works while she honors the cover of Vogue
About which taboos & # 39; call her name & # 39 ;, she discussed what kind of things she would like to do now.
& # 39; Just about the abortion laws, the kind of things you can't think about.
& # 39; The fact that the world has deteriorated in this way, and actually in some frightening sense, in so many ways, women have a louder voice, is more powerful today, and in these other really insidious ways, blatant ways , we are being marginalized again.
About breaking taboos she said: & # 39; If you rage and rage, if you try to make a noise, you will be labeled noisily. You have to be careful with that & # 39;
Add: & # 39; You must find ways to protest. I'd like to write something about that. I don't know what it is yet. Sometimes you find it more brave to say something outrageous, and that is not always the case. Sometimes it is braver to say the vulnerable & # 39;
& # 39; How do you fight that? Because if you rage and rage, if you try to make a noise, you will be labeled noisily. You have to be careful with that.
& # 39; You must find ways to protest. I'd like to write something about that. I don't know what it is yet. Sometimes you find it more brave to say something outrageous, and that is not always the case. Sometimes it is braver to say the vulnerable. & # 39;
Phoebe also spoke about not wanting to do a second Fleabag season.
She said: & # 39; It's so hard because you change. You always try to write authentic. You have to write that change, and in the second season, it was like you, you know, reverse commas, "give the people what they want". & # 39;
Co-star and old friend Andrew Scott also spoke about Waller Bridge during the play.
He said: & # 39; People describe Phoebe as very cool, but I don't know, I feel she's not cool. Cool suggests aloof and indifferent, and I think she is actually the opposite of that, a boundless lover for life. & # 39;
Speaking of her inspiration, Phoebe concluded: & I am asked who inspired me as a writer, and I realized that I was always ashamed to admit it because it seems so obvious, but like the Greek is playing! Sophocles, Euripides, Shakespeare – all the things that you think you can't tell because they are amazing. I now own that. & # 39;
She said her writing was inspired by Greek games! Sophocles, Euripides, Shakespeare & # 39;
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