This causes the Spanish ambassador in London to write to Queen Margaret in Spain to hire Don Juan as a fencing instructor in the Spanish Academy. Following many rumors and much gossip in London, Don Juan has no choice but to leave the city for Madrid. However, an important thing to be considered here is that the DJ figure portrayed in the movie is essentially a molecular DJ because he is not merely a man tied down to his impulses. Rather, he is a man of great intellect as is obvious from the highly intellectual way by which he schemes a plot later in the movie to crush the treacherous plans of Duke de Lorca and his henchmen. He is not merely a man clearly incapable of controlling himself whenever he encounters a beautiful woman in this movie in contrast to how he had been portrayed before this movie was released. In contrast to previous versions, Don Juan controls himself and tames his impulses fairly well after moving to Spain and instead invests all his mental and physical energies in defending the Queen, her husband, and Count de Polan. He secretly cherishes a soft spot for Queen Margaret and despises her weak husband, but he refrains from acting on his ideas like the other times in his past and discovers the treacherous people to defeat them in the end.
Don Juan in this film is essentially a molecular DJ because he is so much more than just a man notorious for his many illicit affairs. DJ in this movie thinks and schemes genius plans. He is capable of engineering really smart strategies to keep his masters safe. He is not disloyal, rather he is very loyal and defensive. Unlike how he used to be in London, he is very faithful to his people in Spain. He does not engage in any affair with the Queen despite harboring a soft spot for her in his heart. Instead, he throws himself into discovering the disloyal propagandists