Sapphire is a member of the Crystal Gems who made her official debut in "Jail Break".
Previously a member of Blue Diamond's court, Sapphire's mission was to inform her Diamond about the Rebels' attack using her Future Vision. Sapphire has blue skin and pale blue, wavy hair with bangs that cover the top half of her face. Her prominent lips and facial structure resemble Garnet's.
How’d you come up with the idea to make the film a hybrid of documentary and scripted narrative? I pitched to him and did a horrible job [laughs], and I don’t think it made any sense. What’s strange is that when we were writing the narrative we were like, “Oh, Charlyne’s character won’t change through other people’s stories” … In the beginning — I think I was like 19 when I came up with the idea for the documentary — I think I was more naïve than I was skeptical or bitter or cynical. I think uncertainty was where all the questioning was coming from. you realize that the completely obvious thing is that everything’s uncertain. Your relationships with your friends are uncertain. There’s this one couple who said, “Love is really worth fighting for, and you can never replace that person in the history, in the memories.” It reminded me of ‘Eternal Sunshine’ when they choose to relive everything over again because it’s worth the pain. Your ‘Dirty Dancing’ Cinemash with Channing Tatum is hilarious.
I figured everyone’s an actor, everyone’s done commercials and stuff.
As Jamie travels in Chile, he invites an eccentric woman to join his group's quest to score a fabled hallucinogen, a move that finds him at odds with his new companion, until they drink the magic brew on a beach at the edge of the desert.
In "The Answer", which flashbacked to the Rebellion and when Sapphire was a part of Blue Diamond's court, Sapphire's dress had a white top with a Blue Diamond insignia and a navy blue vest with a frilly bottom.
Over 5,750 years ago, Sapphire lived on Homeworld, as an aristocratic Gem and part of Blue Diamond's court.