I remember reading that script. And when he pushes the kid out of the window while he’s having sex with his sister, I just thought, ‘This is fantastic! What a great way to start a character – in the darkest place possible.’
The fact that she tries to give him back the sword Oathkeeper and he kind of says, “It’s yours. It’s always been yours,” the subtext is it’s almost like saying, “You keep my heart. It’s yours. It’s always been yours.” […] The fact is, this is the second time he’s dealing with the whole thing of falling for the wrong person, of falling for the person you’re not supposed to. Like, it happened for him when he was a teenager with his sister, and it kind of happened again without him being able to acknowledge it because it’s too messed up. There’s no way he can act on it, and even if he did, I think she would just basically slap him, I’m sure.