MARGOT: I’m scared of connections…In airports.
DANIEL: You’re afraid of flying?
MARGOT: No fear at all of actually being in a plane. Just getting from one plane to another. Running. Rushing. Trying to figure it out. The not knowing. Wondering if I’ll make it.
DANIEL: What do you think will happen to you if you don’t make it?
MARGOT: I think… I may get lost. And that I may rot and die in some forgotten, empty terminal that nobody even knows exists.
DANIEL: And you’ll miss your plane.
MARGOT: That’s not really the fear.
DANIEL: So what are you afraid of?
MARGOT: I’m afraid of wondering if I’ll miss it. I don’t like being in between things. I’m afraid of…being afraid.