What as very interesting about the experience of press with this movie is that people are constantly telling me how dark it is. How […] men will sit down to do an interview with me and be like, “Oh, I feel afraid of you! Make sure there’s no scissors in here,” and making all these jokes and I was like, you know that basically every time I turn on primetime television I see a woman who has been stabbed and in a dumpster and the amount of violence towards women that we watch in cinema and just television every evening is quite frankly traumatizing, and I guess sort of accepted in this way. And then here we do a film where this girl is taken home by this man and she proceeds to psychologically torture him. And it turned into this huge huge fiery debate, and I was quite frankly shocked. It’s not even, I don’t think it’s even a penny on the scale.