The Vampire Chronicles
In the end, Armand forces Louis to recognize his own sense of identity. The relationship between them is significant because it forces reckoning. Louis must. Interview With The Vampire: Claudia's Story is a graphic novel adaptation by Louis and Lestat's lovely faces come to life, collars are fluffed with detailed antique lace, . So I can say, they're a same-sex couple with children?. This is a quiz based on Anne Rices famous character, Lestat de Lioncourt. I have used references his mother. the wolves. Nicolas and their relationship Lestat was in Paris when Louis and Claudia were abducted by the coven. True. False.
In the books, Armand is a red-headed, cherub-looking teenager who was born in Russia and then raised then in Italy.
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And who do we get…? Not who I was picturing either… Plot Changes: The most glaringly difference between the film and the books is the lack of gay vampires. The Vampire Chronicles are well known for their homo-eroticism which they tried to cover up throughout the film.
One of the best scenes in the novel is where shortly after turning Louis into a vampire, Lestat reveals that he has conveniently forgotten that Louis would need a separate coffin, and thus the pair have to sleep together.
The film is constantly pushing the fact the idea that Louis and Claudia are involved, however in the original material the trio create a family with Lestat as the father, Louis as the mother and Claudia as their daughter.
Lestat and Louis: A Relationship
This cover up of the characters homosexuality means that the ending of the film had to be changed, where Louis and Armand end up together in the book, the couple almost share a kiss on screen and then go their separate ways.
Furthermore, when the vampires cry in the film, they cry normal tears. The ending of the film suggests that Lestat turned Daniel in to a vampire.
Lestat was always good to Louis, although they argued and he mocked Louis, he never left Louis, he never abandoned him, and Lestat always held a special place for Louis in his heart. Now the hate, and there is a lot of hate, especially from Louis side. Lestat hates Louis as he kept threatening to leave, and he held the money away from Lestat.
And that was one thing that Lestat desired power over. Louis thinks Lestat is evil, and fins his cruel, and I think this hurts Lestat.
Louis hates Lestat because he with holds information from him, which ties Louis to Lestat. And as we all know knowledge is power, and Louis thought Lestat was purposefully not telling him about what he is because he wanted to have power of Louis and to hold Louis to him.
But in truth Lestat had made a promise to Marius, not to tell all. Louis also hates that Lestat is cruel and frank on one occasion Lestat played with his food, and all Louis could feel was compassion to these woman, he felt bad and begged Lestat to leave them go or finish it quickly, what Louis didn't know, and didn't ask I might add, was that these woman were evil doers, not just any innocent women.
Lestat often has a go at Louis for not embracing what they are, vampires, and I believe that Louis condemning Lestat and refusing to drink human blood irritated Lestat. Lestat even says at one point, that evil-doers taste better. And then there's the final but key part to their relationship, the making of Claudia. Louis speculates that Lestat did it to keep Louis around, as before hand Louis was threatening to leave, and was seriously considering it.
And I believe this theory makes sense, Louis needed company other than Lestat, he needed a focus, a daughter and that is what Claudia was for him.
Lestat claims that he did it " to see what would happen", and he is an impulsive and curious creature and so this also is plausible. Most importantly I believe the making of Claudia made them into a family, and a third party distracted them from each other and the obvious tension that was there when it was just the two of them.
We must also understand that Armand played his part in this relationship, he manipulated them for his own purposes. Armand tells Louis everything he wants to know, and Louis calls him the mentor he never had.
When Armand does say that he knew Lestat, he also tells Louis that he doesn't think he is a person that should be morned, i. He also makes it look to Louis that Lestat ordered the death of Claudia.
When in actual fact Armand made it happen, he believed to be able to have Louis to himself he must get rid of Claudia, but in killing Claudia he killed the spark of light in Louis which he fell in love with.
Louis went to Paris in search for his beloved Louis I think I really can't remember why he went to Paris, he may have gone to Paris to ask Armand for blood to help him recover and was tricked by Armand into accusing Claudia and there for sentencing her to her death.