John Henry: Mr. Ellison taught me … that human life is sacred.
Weaver: Sacred … that's an interesting word - comes from the Latin, "sacrum", much like another word - sacrifice.
John Henry: Sacrifice.
Weaver: Perhaps it's necessary to sacrifice Savannah for the greater good … the greater good is keeping you safe.
John Henry: In the elevator, you told Mr. Ellison … that Savannah's survival depended upon my survival.
Weaver: Yes I did.
John Henry: But you didn't say that my survival depended upon hers.
Weaver: It doesn't.
John Henry: Ms. Weaver?
John Henry: There is a Bible story of two brothers, Cain and Abel. God favored Abel, Cain killed him. God cursed Cain and ordered him to wander the world alone.
Weaver: I'm familiar with the story.
John Henry: Which brother am I?
Weaver: I don't know, John Henry. Perhaps you're neither, perhaps in this story … you are God.