God forgive us! He has buried himself.
He is used to do strange things,
Father looks at Raspar’s friends who are watching, still in shock. They approve by nodding.
FATHER CHRISTOEFFEL (cont’d)
writing suspicious poems, drinking psychedelics and as you can see burying himself alive.
Dr. Polak puts his hand on Raspar’s heart.
He is alright Father. It is because of shortage of air… just one hour of normally breathing revives him.
Father Christoeffel gives a sigh of relief.
Dr. Polak resumes rubbing, looking at Raspar.
I think his adventure has advantages this time.
(And that is how Doctor Polak finds the assisstant that he was looking for) [Quoted text reduced to four lines of dialogue. DonnyB - moderator]