Dora and the other women are sent to work. A Nazi guard tells an old woman she won't be working.
Dora thinks the guard must be kind to not send the children and elderly to work, but a fellow prisoner informs her that the Nazis kill them. They tell them it's time for a shower, but in reality, they are brought to the gas chambers.
We see the anguish on Dora's face as she thinks about her son.
Guido's working in the factory when Joshua comes running in.
Joshua says the other kids were told to go take a shower, but he doesn't want to take one. Guido tells him to go shower, but Joshua stubbornly refuses.
In the end, Guido relents as long as Joshua finds a place to hide until his work is over.