Kayla: A Cry in the Wilderness


Could you show us on the map, please?

The Northwest Passage,

Beaufort Sea and Greenland.

Very good.

Disappeared eight years ago,

never found his bones.

Frozen and 1,000 miles from anywhere.


Disappeared without a trace.

Shut up.

That's enough, Jaynie.

Probably got eaten by wolves.

You stupid idiot, he's alive.

I read it in National Geographic,

in the township library.

Expeditions still go

looking for him every summer.

Think they'd go back to

look for someone who's dead?

Whalers got shipwrecked in Greenland.

They lived with the Eskimos for years.

Everyone thought they were

dead, but they came back.

And he'll come back.

But if you father's coming back,

how could your mother marry Asa?


What's so funny?

It's not funny.

That's enough, children.

That's enough!

I walk this way every day,

Sam MacKenzie.

You can walk with me if you want.

It's a very tedious walk,

but I'm accustomed to it.

I didn't mean for everybody

to laugh at you, Sam.

Well, suit yourself.


It's okay.



Get outta here.

Go on.

Get outta here!

Go on.

Go on!

Get outta here!

Let's go.

Come on.

It's okay.

Come on.


Is he all right?

Well, there's no

concussion or frostbite.

Pretty tough for a city kid.

You know, you could have frozen to death

being knocked out like that?

Mightn't have found

you 'til next spring.

Well, he found me.

He's just like Kayla.


His father's sled dog.

His leader.

Kayla's dead.

It was not Kayla.

How do you know?

You don't know everything.

Why are you doing this?


Well, I think you

ought to get up to bed.

Will you carry him upstairs please?


I can walk.


Well, at least he can walk.


It's 99 degrees.

It's almost normal.

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