Oscar Isaac: Kane
Kane : I thought I was a man. I had a life. People called me Kane. And now I'm not so sure. If I wasn't Kane, what was I? Was I you? Were you me?
Kane : I was just looking at the moon. It's always so weird seeing it like that in the daylight.
Lena : Like God made a mistake. Left the hall lights on.
Kane : God doesn't make mistakes. That's... somewhat key to the whole "being a god" thing.
Lena : Pretty sure he does.
Kane : You know he's listening right now, don't you?
Lena : You take a cell, circumvent the Hayflick limit, you can prevent senescence.
Kane : I was about to make the exact same point.
Lena : It means the cell doesn't grow old, it becomes immortal. Keeps dividing, doesn't die. They say aging is a natural process, but it's actually a fault in our genes.
Kane : I get really turned on when you patronize me. It's really hot.
Lena : Without it, I could keep looking like this forever.
Kane : Oh, okay. Well, that could constitute a mistake.
Kane : I don't feel very well.