Man: The thing is, I can't leave without my wife. And I can't leave with her, so I can't leave. . . Did you feel this way, when you lost your child?
Woman: Well, walking out that door was the hardest thing I ever did. But yeah, I did feel this way.
Man: You've got that "dead kid" face. I'm sorry, that didn't come out right.
Woman: It's alright. What do you mean about my face?
Man: Your eyes, you've been some place that most people have never been. You've survived something that no one would've wanted to survive. It's your eyes. They're, I don't know . . . empty.
Woman: It doesn't have to be dead kid. It could just be bad life.
Man: No, it's dead kid.
I wonder if I have a dead kid face? Are people looking at me and thinking, "Oh, for sure, dead kid." I wonder if my eyes are empty. I don't think they are . . . at least I hope not.