The scene is meant to illustrate how depraved his character has become, but the moment is a turning point for another reason.
Can you match the star to his or her depraved actions in the film?
Or was her pretty face a mask, a duplicitous cover for a depraved soul?
late 14c., "corrupt, lead astray, pervert," from Old French depraver (14c.) or directly from Latin depravare "distort, disfigure;" figuratively "to pervert, seduce, corrupt," from de- "completely" (see de-) + pravus "crooked." Related: Depraved; depraving.