Description:01 12 41 00 In the North of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 20s. In wooden country house. Discussion enters an old dying man Spottiswoode Aitken and a priest Charles A. Smily. Betty Blythe enters and tells him which has been assaulted, his father, very weakens and sick try to get up, of fury. The priest tries to calm the situation. Blythe wipes his tears and goes out, leaving Aitken and Charles A. Smily. In his room, Betty Blythe puts on knees and made her prayer, implores god and his died mother, superstition, Christian faith. Meditation, made one wishes. Call upon his mother. Close-up on Blythe in tears, sorrow. Prayer.