through the open doors.
Is anybody there?
smiles a trifle wearily.
you, Jeanne, but to keep coming here
I need to confess.
I need to confess again.
So... alright. What terrible sin
can't wait till tomorrow to be
look the Priest in the eye.
gave him some.
There's no sin in charity, Jeanne.
They weren't my shoes. Mine were
Whose were they?
I'm sure he'll forgive you.
He already did, but I want God to
forgive me too.
Jeanne -- if we were to ask
forgiveness all the time, we'd spend
our whole life in church.
Is that bad?
Well no, but... Jeanne, are you
happy at home?
Oh yes... very.
And your mother -- everything's fine
Oh yes, she's... wonderful.
low, dark cave of a place, traversed by a huge beam.
Good, good. And your sister...
Catherine -- she's still your best
Oh yes, my sister's just... she's...
mother, spinning wool.
you don't like playing with them?
Oh yes, I play with them... lots...
group of kids are in the shadow of a huge tree, playing.
What's she doing?
Resume on the Priest.
So... everything sounds...
Yes, it is.
Then... why are you here so often?
I feel safe here. And it's where I
can talk to him.
Well, I try and talk to him, but
mostly he's the one who does the
Who is this "he"?
He never says his name.
What... does he... look like?
clearing in a wood.
And what does he say to you?
He says... he says I must be good...
and help everyone... and take care
of myself. Do you think he's coming
from the sky?
Perhaps... but wherever he comes
giving you very good advice.
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