Digital scans & source;skarsjoy Your character Monroe in THE DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL has an affair with a teen. Were you worried how that might look? To me that was what got me excited about it. Doing it in a way without justifying or condoning what he does. [It was] a really interesting challenge, to try and make him find moments where he’s weak or he’s confused or he’s a lost teenager. And to play around with the dynamic and that power balance in a way, so that he’s not a villain.