Xavier Dolan to Michael Musto:

— Since I’m very young, critics tend to think I’m not capable of having every idea myself. Every choice is a mistake. “And it’s style over substance.” I don’t see why this is a flaw. And I don’t totally agree. I wouldn’t say the film is lacking any depth. It’s stylish and campy, but so what? It’s what I wanted to do. It’s about two people infatuated with a perfect stranger who’s beautiful but banal and uninteresting.

— Been there.

— Bought the T-shirt.

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