18:1:1Agatha's motherI don't remember how to get home.
18:2:1Agatha's motherI should ask for help.
18:3:1Agatha's motherWhat if somebody recognizes me?
Panel 1. A street of a metropolis of the future, filled with life, movement and color. Publicity is everywhere. Everyone is young. Novel cars compete against bicycles for space. In the middle of the street, there’s a dark alley. A woman stands in its entrance, her body covered by black trash bags.
Panel 2. The point of view moves closer to the woman. It’s Agatha’s mother, timidly trying to step outside of the alley.
CAP I don’t remember how to get home.
CAP I should ask for help.
Panel 3. Closer. Agatha’s mother is lost and sad.
CAP What if somebody recognizes me?
Panel 4. A car passes by Agatha’s mother, with two young passengers in it. The man who’s not driving looks directly and menacingly at Agatha’s mother. His arm leans over the open windows edge.
Panel 5. Agatha’s mother steps back, retaining her sadness. The shadows almost engulf her.
Panel 6. Black panel.