True Blood is a way of viewing life -- the struggles we all face with emotion, with right and wrong, with pain and suffering -- and of learning to experience things as they are, whether viewed in a human lifetime or over 1000s of years.
The less said about Griff the Invisible, the better. This wan, fey little Australian film stretches the notion of quirkiness far past the snapping point -- though the film itself has very little in the way of snap.
Jessica journeys up those stairs, and she's weighted by silver, by the emotion of what she's just said to Bill, and by Bill's own magic-addled plea to be set free. It's one of show's most affecting moments.