In the middle of the desert, Emmett spots a lone figure, laying down under the hot sunlight.
TITLE: EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
TITLE: CHARLES OKUN AND MICHAEL GRILLO
He stops his walking horses and squints out into the distance, seeing something. We see it too, but just barely: a distant, horizontal smudge on the glaring sand.
TITLE: WRITTEN BY LAWRENCE KASDAN & MARK KASDAN
Emmett reaches the smudge. It is a man, barefoot and dressed only in long johns, his head propped on a rock, eyes closed. The man’s skin is burned red and beginning to blister, his lips parched. Yet there is a curious ease to his repose. If he has lain down here to die, he has done it in peace. This is PADEN.
TITLE: PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY LAWRENCE KASDAN
Emmett dismounts from his horse, and carries a canteen toward the figure. He takes off his hat, kneels down, and begins to pour water down the figure’s throat.