John walks with Quatie to the camp area looking for an open spot to get in out of the driving rain. They walk past the wagons, all are packed with people.
John supports his water soaked Quatie while he looks and they walk. They pass by the last wagon. Moon's voice rings out.
He sees Moon with three children and an old man wrapped in a blanket with her. Water pours off the blanket that covers them like a lean-to. All of her people sit in mud. John and Quatie walk closer. Moon is crying.
Take Henry to the gravesite. He died.
We'll take Quatie and you.
John is sad and thankful.
I'm sorry about, Henry.
John pulls Henry's body from the lean‑to.
Quatie shakes as she enters in his place.
I'll be back, Quatie.
John picks Henry's body up in his arms and carries him toward a nearby gravesite.
He gently drops him into a water filled mass grave. John pushes mud in over his body. He is frustrated and makes a
final, futile effort to push more mud into the grave. John slips and braces against the fall.
To his horror, he sees his mother's and father's bodies on