Who is Luis Felber? Interview with Lena Dunham’s husband
Yes, I mean, describe “intense”.
It feels like the two of you are very passionate about each other, that you are both very much in love and that it happened very quickly.
I think when you know, you know. I’ve only lived 35 years in this life, and I think it’s another archaic thing for guys to hide their feelings. I am much more in the flow of getting to know the person. And I think Lena is the same, and I think – I’m going to sound corny – but when you find your soul mate, you know it.
She’s very open to you on Instagram. How does this make you feel?
It is very moving. I’m still getting used to someone else showing me that kind of love. I never closed it, nor anyone for it. It’s beautiful that she expresses herself and I love being on the other end.
How do you like living together?
It’s great, we’ve been living together for about four months now. We both work a lot and every morning is a blessing. And every night, in order to be able to go to bed with his best friend and have a chat, we have a hard time going to bed at a decent hour. It is rarely eight o’clock.
What kind of date do you have now?
Oh my. She comes to my concerts. None of us really drink, but we take long walks on the moor, we see friends, we watch movies, we just watched the whole of “BoJack Horseman”. I could be sitting at a bus stop with her for 10 hours and it would be the best day of my life.
How do your parents like Lena?
They like it. My mom is very shy, and she kind of builds barriers. It’s a question of protection, I think of leaving a country when you’re very young, without knowing the language. I think maybe this is an obstacle she has had since she was a child. I can sort of relate to that. But with Lena, she was just, like, best friends. She was very open to her emotions and they just love each other. My father too.