Skeet bursts out the door to the roof and yells, "Hannah!" and she stiffens for a moment. Elizabeth, following close behind, seems to have a little bit more on the ball than Skeet does and yells, "Lucinda!" instead. She wants to know why Lucinda wants to do this, and Hannah says that she's angry at everything and wants it all to stop and she wants to go somewhere else, and Elizabeth says she has her whole life ahead of her and you don't know me! and I had a daughter who went away and I never got the chance to let her know how much I'd lose if she were gone and zzzzzzzzz. "You don't know me," says Hannah. "Yes, I do. You are Lucinda Morgan Bryant," says Elizabeth, and yes, aren't we all impressed at the noble Amish woman accepting that her daughter is gone. But I repeat: zzzzzzzzz. So when Lucinda's parents FINALLY chime in with their desire to help Lucinda, she smiles and turns and starts to come off the ledge, but the close-ups focusing on her feet tell everyone (including Skeet, apparently) that she's going to slip. And slip she does, and Skeet lunges forward to grab her arm and lead her safely off the ledge. But the red trim on her dress catches on the jagged lip of a pipe and rips off, so this is where the shot of the flapping red fabric came from. And Hannah walks by her Amish mom into the arms of Lucinda's parents. Elizabeth looks with tears in her eyes at Skeet, who can only make a Sympathetic Skeet Face in return.
Back in Pennsylvania Dutch country. Elizabeth washes dishes, and we get the same POV shot that Hannah had, only when the little hand tugs on her sleeve and Elizabeth turns around, there's no one there. But we hear "mother" whispered on the wind.
And then Emma shows up, bragging about how she climbed to the tallest branch on the oak tree, while Josiah assures Elizabeth that he was watching her and Elizabeth hugs Emma, so I guess she's okay with losing Hannah, because she HAS ANOTHER DAUGHTER, after all. What a load.