First of all, thank you both for your answers. Secondly, I have to make some clarifications.
Dear Wolfie ,it seems you did not understand what I meant, so I'll give you a second chance. Thank you for your apreciations.
Your answer was logically, intellectually, even psychologically, I could say. But that's not what this scenario demands.
I do not think you understood exactly what the tribesmen were asking for, something immaterial! something very emotional, very sincere, coming straight out of the heart! No aid in agriculture and the like ....and something else you BOTH do not understand .... not something emotional to the tribe they were asking for something for the prisoners! A direct act from the heart! for their team mates....
Beautiful answer, The Golden Mole, but not the one I was looking for. anyway, until now, you've gotten closer to the idea of the script. No offense for the others, please. I appreciate the effort on both!
And you understood that the emotional response was to be given to the tribe rather than to their teammates. Yes, the heart's response is received by those in the tribe, they must be convinced that you are sincere and compassionate, but the answer is addressed to colleagues, to the crew.
Understand now? You both? I hope, you do.....
Maybe I did not express myself quite clearly in the script and assumed that the idea was accurate. So, on the other hand, please come up with other answers more appropriate to the idea in the script, if you do not mind .... excuses me of this double effort required.
Thank you, both!!