Fiona and Kit participate in the enforced morning singing, with Kit clearly struggling to speak.
As the prisoners are being marched to a work site, Kit collapses and has to be supported by Fiona. Kit collapses again while the prisoners are working and has to be take away, leaving Fiona distraught.
Janine organizes a wedding that night for Fiona and Kit, presided over by Sally, a Jewish rabbi, for Fiona and Kit, in order to give them a moment of happiness before Kit dies.
The next morning Kit’s body is carried out for burial in the graveyard, with Sally saying a prayer and Fiona and Janine burying the body.