Huntsman: So, Red. Tell me how you ended up getting eaten by the Big Bad Wolf.
Red: Well, I was on my way to my grandmother's house...
Huntsman: What were you wearing?
Red: A red cloak.
Huntsman: Ah. A red cloak. Why were you dressed like that?
Red: My mother gave it to me.
Huntsman: So your mother approved of you dressing like that? Go on.
Red: I was bringing a basket to my grandmother.
Huntsman: What was in the basket?
Red: Flowers. Bread. A bottle of wine.
Huntsman: So you were carrying alcohol. I see. And then what happened?
Red: And then I met the Wolf. He said he knew a place where wild flowers grew, off the path.
Huntsman: So you willingly followed him? He didn't force you to go with him? Didn't hold a gun to your head, didn't threaten you in any way? You just went with him, even though you'd never seen him before.
Huntsman: I see. Go on.
Red: We started talking. He asked where I was going, and I told him I was going to visit my grandmother in the woods.
Huntsman: So you basically told him where to find you. I see. And when you got to the house, what happened?
Red: Well, I thought my grandmother looked different...
Huntsman: So you knew something was wrong, but you stayed.
Red: By the time I got close enough to figure out what was going on, the Wolf was already eating me.
Huntsman: Did you try to stop him? Did you tell him "no?"
Red: There wasn't enough time for me to...
Huntsman: So you didn't try to fight him.
Red: I wasn't able to. I was afraid. He was bigger than me.
Huntsman: So you went out wearing that red cloak. You had alcohol with you. When the Wolf approached you,...