At the house, Snopes flings the rug onto the floor after loudly kicking at the door several times. Sarty is walking away as his family heads off in the opposite direction. This film was based on three of Faulkner's works including "Barn Burning.
The servant cautions Abner to wipe his feet but he ignores him and walks in, purposefully dragging his dirty boots across the carpet by the door. He resentfully remarks that the home was built by slave labor.
The neighbor said that the pig kept getting out and getting into his crops. Though it is not a retelling of the story, it does explore the implications of having to try to run from "blood" and your own father's reputation. Snopes puts Sartoris back to work, and the following days are consumed with the constant labor of working their acreage.
Conclusion "He did not look back" The story's last line makes it clear that Sarty is moving forward, away from his old life. After he alerts de Spain that the barn is about to be burned his life can never be the same again. Sartoris attempts to defend Snopes, saying that he never burned the barn, but Snopes orders him back to the wagon.
Going back to the house, they pick up Sarty's distraught and cowering mother and sisters. They leave town for their new destination.
He hits Sarty.