Waving goodbye, Saffron begins to leave the camp. Understanding her reason for being, she has one final journey to make, one final task to take. As she leaves, the eldest lady of the group approaches Saffron and takes her by the hand, after a moment and whisper the old lady gives Saffron back her satchel. The satchel is now plump and full, full of everything she has learnt, containing simple message, a symbol for the world. With a strong embrace Saffron is asked politely not to open the satchel, not now, not yet.
Scene 11. Ext. Coast. Morning
As Saffron leaves the forest, the weather becomes warmer and the sun begins to shine. The air on Saffron's back feels kind and free, urging her towards to cliff edge. There in the distance, Saffron can see a familiar figure, a familiar face. There, the Red Fairy walks, skipping carefree along the cliff top. Without a moment's hesitation Saffron runs, runs towards the Red Fairy as fast as she can.
Scene 12. Ext. Cliff Top. Morning
When Saffron reaches the Red Fairy, she grasps her and holds her close, whispering a message into her ear. The words, which are all the same, are spoken with everything Saffron can give, "Love, Love, Love". For the first time in her life, Saffron truly knows what this means. After a moment of realisation The Red Fairy smiles and takes Saffron by the hand.
Looking down to her feet Saffron takes off her heavily travelled shoes and places them on the grass, next to them Saffron lays her wings, she has realised, she doesn't need them anymore, she can fly without them.
Just before The Red Fairy and Saffron leave, Saffron looks back towards the forest. She knows she will come back to this place, a place that has changed and found her. A place of wonder and beauty, death and destruction, a world where everything can be learnt, a world, which contains all.
With one final exchange, a tear and a smile, the two fairies say goodbye to the ground upon which they just stood. Flying away, the clasps on Saffron's satchel fall open and with the breeze thousands of red rose petals fall across the morning sky. "Goodbye" the two fairies wave, "Goodbye".