When I ask her about the music video--the one with the sex, which Wood explains was not real--this is how the conversation goes:
Me: What inspired it?
Wood: We made it for each other. I just wanted to show that it's okay to have different, weird ideas about romance. At the end of the video, we're kissing and it's raining blood--and for me, that was one of the most romantic moments of my entire life.
Wood: Honestly. Because that's how we were feeling at the time: Even though ugliness can be all around you--you can literally be in a thunderstorm of blood--if you look past that, it really is just two people holding on to each other. And you know, the same thing with the sex scene. If you're going to have a sex scene, that's what it is. When you're with someone and you're in love, that's usually what happens. It's not always soft. Sometimes it's somebody screaming or whatever....