Dr. Ouelet: Hello Mira. I'm Dr. Ouelet. Do you remember anything about the attack?
The Major: What happened? I was... I was drowning. There was water.
Dr. Ouelet: That's right. You were on a boat, a refugee boat. It was sunk by terrorists.
The Major: Why can't I feel my body?
Dr. Ouelet: Mira, your body was damaged. We could not save that. Only your brain survived. We made you a new body. A synthetic shell. But your mind, your soul... your ghost. It's still in there.
Dr. Ouelet: We cling to memories as if they define us, but they don't. What we do is what defines us.