They often ran about the forest alone and gathered red berries, and no beasts did them any harm, but came close to them trustfully. The little hare would eat a cabbage-leaf out of their hands, the roe grazed by their side, the stag leapt merrily by them, and the birds sat still upon the boughs, and sang whatever they knew.
The idea of all our characters confronting their images and the reflections of themselves, in a moment in an episode of the sideways, was a visual metaphor. It’s like just on the other side our life, there’s another life. You see what you wish for or are scared of.