Never. They never saw anything like the man I am in here. But she knew anyway. She said if I...
Teddy: You speak like you own this world.
The Man in Black: Not just this one. You want to know who I am, who I really am? I'm a god. A titan of industry. Philanthropist. Family man. Married to a beautiful woman. Father to a beautiful daughter. I'm the good guy, Teddy. Then last year, my wife took the wrong pills. Fell asleep in the bath. Tragic accident. Thirty years of marriage vanished. How do you say it? Like a deep and distant dream. Then at the funeral, I was trying to console my daughter. She pushed me away, told me that my wife's death was no accident, that she killed herself. Because of me. Emily said that every day with me had been sheer terror. At any point, I could blow up or collapse like some dark star.
Teddy: Did you hurt them to?
The Man in Black: Never. They never saw anything like the man I am in here. But she knew anyway. She said if I stacked up all my good deeds, it's just an elegant wall I built to hide what I had inside from myself and everyone.