Right down here, the ocean has a depth of almost 4,000 meters. Man has mapped out every corner of this world. Been to the farthest deserts, the top of the highest mountains. But what’s down there is still a mystery. A hidden world in the shadows.
Our brain isn’t always entirely reliable. Everything that we see and feel and hear are the result of electrical impulses. And sometimes we misinterpret those impulses. It’s what makes people go mad.[Eyk Larsen: Can we see things that aren’t there and still believe they’re real?]
Our brain is a very complicated construct. As much as we can try to forget the things we don’t want to remember, we will never be able to delete them entirely. They’re part of who we are. Woven into our very fabric.
Have you ever lost someone? It’s like you’re dying with them. They can move on. You’re stuck.[to Maura]
Aren’t some things better left in the dark? I mean, look at them. Why do you think they’re all here? Nervous wreck of a priest and his horny-looking brother. That exotic little bird over there with her sheep of a servant. And those French honeymooners who clearly didn’t marry for the right reasons. All running away from something. Why else would someone ever want to go somewhere different? [to Maura]