Elizabetta is the blonde character in the nurse's uniform on the right. Milicent is the character on the left. Elizabetta is not wearing a uniform because she is often seen as a rude person who has nothing much to offer the hospital or anyone else. She is not a team player and is adorned as such. Elizabetta is wearing a traditional uniform as she does what she is told without much questioning of her superiors. Elizabetta has a pensive look on her face to suggest that she feels remorse for her part in her and Milicent's crime. Meanwhile, Milicent just looks agitated and gestures towards Elizabetta and the tombstone with a disdainful look on her face. The tombstone is a clear marker of death and of the dead patient. The tombstone and the hospital both hold Milicent and Elizabetta, but not happily. The background is all gray to show how dismal the world and this time in England is.