LAMONT: It’s not bloody acceptable! A whiteout would take away all her memories—her whole life!
AMILA: Ben has a point, Lamont. Yoshanna’s life as she knew it is already gone. We preserved it artificially, and now a memory of us will only serve to complicate an already difficult situation.
LAMONT: Her memory is the only remaining link between who she is and who she was. We haven’t the right to take that away.
FRANCIS: If Rosemary is right, we don’t have time for anything more nuanced. Ben, make preparations. If an alternative comes up in the meantime, we’ll consider it.