I just saw this at a theatrical screening tonight. I was completely confused by one of the most important plot points of the movie, the scene where Uncle Isak smuggles the kids out of the bishop's house in the trunk. It looks like the bishop is on to him, and after a confrontation between the two of them, the bishop runs upstairs to the kids' room with his sister. They burst in, and the kids' mother is there, and in the middle of the room there are...two figures lying on the floor, that look like the kids, I think? The mom says "don't touch them" or something like that. And then Isak gets the trunk out of the house, with the kids hidden inside, without any interference from anyone. So, my question is, what was lying there on the floor in the room? Was the bishop supposed to think that the kids were there on the floor, which would give Isak enough time to get them out in the trunk? If so, what was he really looking at? I was completely and utterly confused by how that scene ended.