Posted Jun-18-2017 10:12 PM
There were some critics about Daniels didn't checked ín the end of the film, is it Walter or David on board.
I think, her question to "Walter" was this check.
Daniels: Thank you saved my life [pause] again [pause].
David/Walter: This is duty. (He said something similar) [a small pause, David shows his hand. Daniels accept the answer].
I think Daniels didn't noticed, Walter saved her life twice, I think, she didn't realise on the wheat field, Walter saved her. It was dark, everybody was screaming, that was a chaos. I also didn't notice this till the David and Walter's dialoge about love. Just at that time I realized "oh, really, did Walter save HER life, and not fight for the CREW?"
So I think, in the dialoge, that I wrote down above, the "again" word was the checking. It's even emphasized because of the pauses. Maybe in Daniels' mind the 'again' is not correct... David feels, his answer wasn't good, so that's why he has to show his arm, like "that was the first time, remember?". At this point Daniels has to accept the answer.
But I just watched this film only once, and in my language, I also didn't read the novelization, so I could be wrong.
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