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‘True Blood’s’ Klaveno on abusive sex scene with Moyer: ‘The water cooler scene of the season’

Hollywoodnews.com: Anyone catching last night’s episode’s of “True Blood” would have to be living in a cave if they didn’t notice the abusive sex scene between Stephen Moyer’s vampire Bill Compton and his creator Lorena played by Marina Klaveno.

In the scene, Bill forces himself so violently on to Lorena, that he twists her neck (Bill hates Lorena for destroying his life).

“I think it’ll be the water cooler scene, perhaps, of the whole season,” Klaveno told the New York Post. “I’m a little scared to find out how it’s received because it was really hard to film… for all of us.

“We kept looking at the director and writer saying, ‘Really? Really? Are we really doing this?’ But that’s the great thing about this show – it pushes the envelope and surprises you. As soon as you think you’ve seen it all, we pull something else out of the hat.

“We added the blood, which wasn’t in the script, and it became far more violent. More like a rape scene, actually. Which of course makes it all the more disturbing when you hear Lorena’s line [‘I love you’].”

Klaveno revealed that this is just the beginning – expect even more violent scenes in the future. Take that Kubrick’s “Clockwork Orange”!

“She’s allowing everything to happen to her, which makes it even more disturbing,” the actress continues “There’s a choice there on Lorena’s part, so there’s a power there in allowing him to throw her on the bed and inflict the violence on her. She’s complicit in all of it.

“The darker he turns, the more she feels like he’s coming back to her, so as messed up as it is for me as an actor – getting violated and brutalized – there’s actually a lot of power in that for her.”

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