Olivia: When the day comes, if I don't remember this, I want you to try and build something with me agaon. Don't give up on me. I love you Nina.
Nina: I love you Olive.

Well, my mother used to say, encourage the quest of courage in your children, even if it takes them very far away from you.


Nina: You have so much in your life, Olive. Are you just going to let that disappear and be replaced by - what? Memories of a life that you didn't live?
Olivia: Yes.

As much as she wanted to be, she wasn't in love. As I was listening to her, I realized what she was saying. She had let go of the possibility of being in love, of finding love, and I could see myself in her and I didn't like who I was. All of these memories and feelings I'm experiencing, they are from a better version of me, and I've decided to let things run their course.


I went beaver hunting in eastern Canada in the 70s. Of course, in those days, beaver hunting meant something else entirely.


I didn't tell anybody it was happening because if Peter was going to be with me I didn't think about the consequences, I just didn't care.


Walter: I admire you Peter.
Peter: Why is that Walter?
Walter: I told you what the right thing, ethically, was to do. Leaving Olivia. But I don't believe I would have been able to do it myself.

Nina: As for your feelings about Peter, all wounds heal over time.
Olivia: I just wish it would move a little quicker.
Nina: Well, that's a coincidence, because we just filed a patent on that last week.

I'm in love with Peter. I know it sounds absurd, and to you I hardly know him but, it's like I've known him my entire life. And everyone, including him, keeps telling me it's impossible.

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