The funeral expenses have been added to his account at Florian's insistence. He is the last of his family; with Mother gone, it falls to him to repay the family's debts - in cash or with his flesh.

The half-healed wounds he carries on his back and the reddened cut on his chest are just the beginning. He tries not to wonder what will be demanded of him next.

The cemetery is damp, the bodies in the tomb unrecognizable or absent. Florian bows his head but does not cry. Ray is waiting and there are debts to be repaid.