Tokalah: You are a liar, a thief.

Anna Brewster-Morgan: How dare you call me a thief? You are the thief! You stole me from my home!

Tokalah: I gave you a better home.

Anna Brewster-Morgan: I never asked to be taken from my husband.

Tokalah: You did ask. I heard you ask.

Anna Brewster-Morgan: You arrogant fool.

Tokalah: What did you say?

Anna Brewster-Morgan: [slaps at him] I said you thoughtless, arrogant fool!

Tokalah: [yanks her head back by her hair] Never speak to me like that again.

Anna Brewster-Morgan: I'll never speak to you any other way.

[after an intense eye-lock they kiss passionately]

Anna Brewster-Morgan: So afraid you wouldn't come after me.

Anna Brewster-Morgan: I have a husband.

Tokalah: In your old life. This is a new life. Live it with me.

Sarah White: Daniel is a good husband.

Anna Brewster-Morgan: [sigh] Yes.

Sarah White: But you have to leave him, Anna. You have to leave him or you'll die.

[pause]

Sarah White: You know where you belong now.

Anna Brewster-Morgan: It would break Daniel's heart if I left him.

Sarah White: I know it would. Goodbye Anna.

Tokalah: [Native Americans are arguing if they should kill the women] Should I let them kill you?

Anna Brewster-Morgan: Do you want them to?