In this scene Hiro and Baymax have gone into the portal to save Abigail and are pressed for time before the portal collapses on itself. As Hiro and Baymax were about to head into the portal there are parallels to his brother Tadashi going into the burning building to save Professor Callaghan. Much of the story leading up to this moment touched heavily on the personal growth of Hiro and how he has developed to become a better person; and in turn like his brother. However, when it comes down to saying goodbye to Baymax in order to save both himself and Abigail, Hiro is not able to let Baymax go. Baymax is the last thing Hiro has of his brother. The last thing that Baymax asks Hiro is “are you satisfied with your care?” to which Hiro responds “I am satisfied with my care.” Both characters have had this dialogue before and it was far more mechanical. This language on paper does not have very much emotion and could be interpreted as robotic, however there is emotion in the voice of both characters prior to Baymax sending Hiro through the portal. Finally as Hiro heads towards the light at then portals entrance Baymax slips into darkness to make the audience feel that we have really lost him. It is also quite nice to think that even after death Hiro’s brother was able to save him not only from depression but from death.