Paul Mescal has discussed the ‘magnificently unfortunate’ ending to both the unique and TELEVISION adaption of Regular Individuals
The star, who portrays Connell in the 12- part series, praised the ending as an ideal and realistic way to conclude the Irish romance.
Although RTE has yet to air the ending of Regular People, the entire series is readily available to see now on BBC iPlayer.
‘ I believed it was just the most magnificently unfortunate ending to a story,’ Mescal told Wonderland Publication.
Completion of the story sees Connell get accepted into a New York university to finish a Master’s in imaginative writing.
Although Marianne is dissatisfied, she encourages him to follow this new path, suggesting that the fans will be separated when again.
The Kildare male likewise reacted to complaints from fans who were dissatisfied with the end of Connell and Marianne’s story.
‘ Absolutely, the romantic in me is like why doesn’t she simply tell him to remain? Or why does not she come over to New york city?’ he reacted.
‘ However it doesn’t make sense in the truth of those 2 character’s lives. I think ultimately if they did choose to stay together at that minute, it would be way more frustrating than the reality of the ending.’
While fans ask for a second season of the program, Paul shared what he thinks has actually occurred to the star-crossed lovers.
‘ Oh, there’s no question that character to me is still alive and breathing and very much has a great deal of life left to live and has a relationship with Marianne that is perhaps incomplete.’
While there have been no hints yet at a 2nd season, Paul insisted that Regular People had the best ending, but he would not reject the opportunity to play Sligo native Connell as soon as again.
Paul stated: ‘I do feel like the series that has actually ended up is its own thing, and I’m totally comfortable with that. It’s not on the cards at the minute, but if I got the chance to play him again, fantastic.’