Millie Bobby Brown doesn’t think high school is “an easy time” for girls.
The 18-year-old actress thinks it’s “really nice” that the final season of ‘Stranger Things’ shows her character, Eleven, struggling at school because it’s a true representation of what the adolescence for many people.
She told Heat magazine: ‘I think what’s really good is that the Duffer brothers shine a light on what kids go through in high school.
“It’s not an easy time, especially for young girls, who struggle with their identity and who they are with the influences of everyone around them, their environment, people, family and friends. friends, trying to fit in.
“So it’s been a really good time to describe that story for me, because I think it’s influential. And it certainly helps me through that time as well.
Millie loves working on the show and has praised the Duffer Brothers creators for their writing, insisting she doesn’t mind the long gaps between seasons because she knows it will always be worth the wait.
She said: “I mean, it’s the Duffer Brothers and it’s Netflix. And then when you put those things together… And also, Winona Ryder right in the middle of that.
“I’m like, ‘OK, goodbye, good evening, I’ll be there if anyone needs me.’
“Every time, every season, every two years, three years pass – which is not normal by the way.
“You know, it always gets better. So give them the time they need, but it will be amazing.
“This year we’ve taken the most time on each of them, but it’s been the best season yet.”
Her co-star Finn Wolfhard, who plays Mike Wheeler, added, “Yeah, there’s been a lot of hard work.
“And I think people are really going to see that. I also think this is easily our most ambitious season.