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- That night, it storms.
- Caravaggio, Kip, Hardy, and Hana carry Almásy into the rain so he can feel it.
- They play records and have a dance party.
- In the town, Hardy climbs a ladder and poses with a statue.
- Back at the monastery, Kip hears an explosion, and he runs to his motorbike.
- When he arrives in town, he sees there was a booby trap. The statue had a bomb on it.
- Sergeant Hardy is dead.
- Back at the monastery, Kip shuts himself in the barn and mourns alone.
- Hana talks to him through the door, saying she's sorry for what happened.
- But Kip won't answer her.
- Later, Hana listens in as Almásy and Caravaggio talk again.
- Caravaggio is leaving soon, to be an interpreter.
- He tells the story of how he found Hana and Almásy at the monastery.
- Caravaggio says he saw Almásy writing in his book in Cairo, "When I had thumbs and you had a face… and a name."
- Then he accuses him of leading the Germans into British headquarters.
- Almásy says he did it because he "had to get back to the desert."
- Nothing else meant a thing to him.
- Caravaggio tells him his actions had results—and holds up his thumb stumps.
- And he says that thousands of people died. Plus, Madox shot himself when he found out Almásy was a spy.
- Almásy is upset. He says he was never a spy! Time for another flashback: what does he spy with his little eyes?
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