The prison cell is brainlike symbolize that Trevor Everett, Jane Doe’s obsessive killer, is a prisoner to his mind. His eyes are darkened to express the evil in him taking over. He looks upset since he is being controlled by his sinister side. He has a beard and longer hair to show how time has past. His glasses are missing to show he does not think rationally anymore and is no longer able to see right from wrong. The light coming from the cell window represents the freedom and innocence he has lost due to his insane actions. The bed sheets are greenish blue to represent the guilt he has felt for killing John Doe with the virus and for the sorrows he brought on to the family. As time goes on, Trevor begins to care less about his appearance and only becomes more focused on his obsession.