Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hi, I'm Joachim Ronning, and I'm the director of 'Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.' What was important for me in telling the next chapter of Maleficent was to continue exploring the relationship between Aurora and Maleficent. I think that the lot of... at least my fascination with Maleficent is that she's unpredictable. I thought it was interesting to explore how she would react being a mother of a daughter that is about to move out. "Phillip asked me to marry him." "Poor thing. He'll recover." "My answer was yes." "No." "Yes." "No." "I wasn't really asking." "Nor was I." "What's next? You'll turn him into a goat?" And of course, she's fighting it with all she has. And at the same time, it's such an important part of the movie, you know, their emotional core. So the scene was very, very important to show the tenderness between them. "Love doesn't always end well, Beastie." And of course, all this is shot inside on a soundstage at Pinewood Studios outside of London, and so everything you see here going into this, this is all computer animated. We spent a long time researching that and designing this world. And of course, using the first film as a template and an inspiration, I think we still wanted to take it to the next level. And of course, for me as a film director, that's what I want to do. I want to try to create something original. "You want me to meet his parents?" I think in this case, although it is a fairy tale, I wanted to try and somehow make it feel a tad more real, a tad more relatable than probably the first film. "Please."