Arlen Glass: Marc, do you know why toys are important? They help children dream. They let them imagine a better future, beyond this blasted war. They give them hope. Thirty years ago, I met a man who understood that. Your father and I built Wilson Atomatoys on that hope. He poured his life into that hope. And now? You've thrown it all away. Sold it in search of a quick profit. It's still not too late. If you won't do it for me, for your father, for the company, then... please, do it for the children.