Cobb: We need the heir of a major corporation to dissolve his father's empire.
Eames: You see right there you have various political motivations... and anti-monopolistic sentiments and so forth. But all of that stuff, it's, um... It's really at the mercy of your subject's prejudice, you see? What you have to do is start at the absolute basic.
Cobb: Which is what?
Eames: The relationship with the father.
As Cobb and Eames sit in the joint in Mombasa, Eames shed considerable light on the manner in which they should proceed.