SCENE IINT. NZARA HOSPITAL - DAYThe doors swing open. James and Peter stand in the threshold.The windows are boarded, the walls patched, lined with canvascots divided by white sheets. A few local nurses tend togaunt shadows of human beings, stretched skin over bones,bleeding, writhing in pain.SUPERIMPOSE: Sudan, Nzara 1976Near the back of the building a young nurse, NYAWELA [early20’s], who helps a family tend to a dead patient, whisperingprayers and washing the body in oil. Nyawela see’s theDoctors and immediately starts towards them.NYAWELA Are you the World Health doctors?JAMESSorry, We’re looking--Dr. MathisLaurnet?NYAWELA He said there would be more. Whereare the others?!PETERWhat others?JAMESWhere’s Mathis?INT. NZARA HOSPITAL - DAY - LATERNyawela leads James and Peter to a small cot, pulls away thesheet, revealing a white man in his early 50’s, dead.NYAWELA He got sick, like the others. Hepassed a few days ago. We allthought it was Malaria.PETERWe talked to him two weeks ago,over the mission radio. He wasfine.JAMESAnd you treated with Quinine?