I could see your heart. You held it up before you for everyone to see. And I worried that it would be bruised or torn. And more than anything in my life, I wanted to keep it safe…to warm it with my own.
“This scene, also a new thing for me. Extremely artsy, kind of a Lynchian sort of darkness to it; and very sexy, I think. I wanted to get into the sexuality of this girl and her memory of what had happened, without just being blatant, obvious, exploitative or boring.” -Joss Whedon, Innocence commentary