A Memory Man Production
In the home no housework is done, no washing hangs out on the line; the only domestic activity is to feed family and guests. Recreation is limited to a sedate stroll out to appreciate the beauty of God's Creation. Public children's playgrounds are closed and the swings chained up; in the home toys are put away and the only permitted reading is The Holy Bible. In some of the more devout homes even misbehaving children are compelled to wait until the following day to be punished.
You are a minister, a preacher of the Fire and Brimstone school, firm in the belief that the best way to save your sons Cameron (13) and Stuart (9) from eternal damnation in the next world is, whenever you judge it necessary, to light fires in their doups in the present.
Today is the Sabbath afternoon. After Sunday School you have allowed the boys out in their Sunday kilts for a quiet walk along the shoreline. A little later you set out to visit an ailing lady who was too ill to attend church this morning; but as you round the headland to pass a croft belonging to one of the very few Catholic families living on the island you hear the sound of happy childish voices and see your two boys running round playing with their children.
Angrily you call them out and send them packing back home.
You have completed your mission. Your boys are nervously awaiting your return; you open the door of your home, you enter and ...?