Eli Cross: [Referring to his performance] You did that very well.
Cameron: Hey, I just listened.
Cameron: What about the people who work for you? They gonna look at me and go, "Hi, Bert?"
Cross: Prefer "Hi, Alice?" Don't worry about the people who work for me, my crew. They'll call you anything I wish them to. And I'm not being callous merely. Bert is a bloody tragedy, but there's nothing we can do about it. Nothing. I must have this location for three days and you need a place to hide.
Assistant Director: [Over megaphone] Eli, the crew is waiting. We need the next set-up.
Cross: [Down to the A.D.] The hand! Close-up of the hand! With you in a minute!
Assistant Director: An Eli minute or a real minute?
Cameron: By tomorrow the cops are gonna know exactly what I look like.
Cross: Oh, Bert, do stop this worrying. You must have heard of "movie magic?"
Cross: You shall be a stuntman. Who is an actor. Who is a character in a movie. Who is an enemy soldier.
Cross: Who'll look for you amongst all those? People like to believe in things and policemen are just people. Or so I'm told.
Cross: Frankly, our problem is so simple it's almost beneath us. Now, listen to me.
Cross: [Indicating the door of the hotel where the cast and crew are staying] That door is the looking glass. And inside it is Wonderland.
Cross: Have faith, Alice. Close your eyes, and enjoy.