Come back corporal. Let them go.
The children's mother screams from the crowd of prisoners and struggles to get past a soldier's horse as he blocks her.
Let me get my babies!
The Colonel keeps riding unconcerned.
Keep them moving sergeant.
The sergeant answer in blind compliance.
(looking at the soldier
blocking the woman)
Keep her moving.
The soldier draws his saber and raises it over Karra.
MOON, an older Cherokee woman grabs Karra and pulls her back while she cries and fights.
Come on Karra, let's go. The children
will be all right. Come on now.
Quatie goes to Karra from the crowd and consoles her. They keep walking, the woman bellows and cries as they walk.
The children watch from behind an old rotted log. They cry and scream for their mother, but are afraid to follow.
Mamma. Mamma come back.
The soldiers keep the prisoners moving as they fade out of sight.
EXT. FOREST TRAIL - LATE AFTERNOON