Narrator: As the years passed, Adaline credited her unchanging appearance to a combination of a healthy diet, exercise, heredity, and good luck.
Ellis Jones: I'd like for you to accept the books on behalf of the library.
Adaline Bowman: Oh no no. I can't do that.
Ellis Jones: Yes you can.
Adaline Bowman: No, I don't want my photo taken.
Ellis Jones: Don't worry, you look stunning.
Adaline Bowman: It's not about vanity. I just don't like people taking my photograph.
Adaline Bowman: There you go again, putting your hand in places it doesn't belong.
William Jones: Plato believed that every soul has a companion star that returns to after death... if you lived a moral life.