7:4:1Old manYou're not one of them.
7:4:2Agatha's motherI'm just looking for my daughter, Agatha. I mean you no harm!
7:5:1Old manYour daughter?
7:6:1Old manYes, they like to keep the children alive.
Panel 1. The old man maniacally jumps at Agatha’s mother, who steps back nervously.
OLD MAN GAAAAAH!
Panel 2. Agatha’s mother falls to the ground. She covers her body with her arms, scared.
Panel 3. The old man stands in front of Agatha’s mother. He is circumcised. He knows he mistook Agatha’s mother as an aggressor, but doesn’t seem sorry. He has a stretched number tattooed on his right arm: 12621.
OLD MAN I thought you were one of them.
Panel 4. Agatha helps herself to stand up with her right hand, while the old man looks at her distantly. She uses her left hand to put distance between her and the old man.
AGATHA’S MOTHER Please, I mean you no harm. I’m just looking for my daughter, Agatha.
Panel 5. The old man, deadly serious.
OLD MAN Yes. They like to keep the children alive.