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…that we are trying to access. So I’m making the bottom level a hospital, so Fischer will bring his father. You know, l… Actually, I have a question about this layout. No, no, no. Don’t show me specifics. Only the dreamer should know the layout. Why is that so important? In case one of us brings in our projections. We don’t want them knowing the details of the maze. You mean in case you bring Mal in. You can’t keep her out, can you? Right. You can’t build… …because if you know the maze, then she knows it. Well, she’d sabotage the whole operation. Cobb, do the others know? No. No, they don’t. You’ve gotta warn them if this is getting worse. No one said it’s getting worse. I need to get home. That’s all I care about right now. Why can’t you go home? Because they think I killed her. Thank you. For what? For not asking whether I did. “I will split up my father’s empire.” Now, this is obviously an idea that Robert himself would choose to reject… …which is why we need to plant it deep in his subconscious. The subconscious is motivated by emotion, right? Not reason. We need to find a way to translate this into an emotional concept. How do you translate business strategy into emotion? That’s what we’re here to figure out. Robert’s relationship with his father… …is stressed, to say the least. Can we run with that? We suggest breaking up his father’s company as a “screw you” to the old man. No, because I think positive emotion trumps negative emotion every time. We all yearn for reconciliation, for catharsis. We need Robert Fischer to have a positive emotional reaction to all this. All right, well, try this. Um… “My father accepts that I want to create for myself, not follow in his footsteps.” That might work. Might? We’re gonna need to do a little better than “might.” Thank you for your contribution, Arthur. Forgive me for wanting a little specificity, Eames. Specificity? Inception’s not about being specific. When we get inside his mind, we’re gonna have to work with what we find. On the top level,