• what she says:I'm fine
  • what she means:but why cut drink with me? it's one of the most beautiful moments of the show, it contributes a lot to the characterization of four of les amis, including grantaire, for whom development is necessary because the movie chose to include the culmination of his character arc. as well as feuilly, joly, and prouvaire, who are precious cinnamon rolls too good for this world too pure. in the end it's not even primarily about grantaire's verse but about the fact that glossing over the bond of friendship that les amis had takes away from the overall themes of that subplot of the show, and I'm going to be bitter about this to the end of my days.