Note – in this version, the head prosecutor Annie Farrell hasn’t seen Vincent’s face, and Max didn’t have a gun. Story starts from the escape from the building at the end of the film. A slightly more compassionate Vincent, even though his motives are ambiguous. The second half was meant to be a fun and silly epilogue, but it morphed into a serious continuation, so I kept it as one chapter.
“Go there!” Max hisses. “Run! I’ll make it so that he thinks you’re with me.”
A silent but grateful look on Annie’s face said it all, and she took off sprinting.
Max took off running in the other direction, pausing near a pillar. Vincent rushed into the station, and immediately saw him. Max waved his arms as if he were ushering someone out of view.
Not fooled, Vincent scanned the area, and located Annie. Yet, to Max’s surprise, Vincent took after him.
“Oh shit,” he muttered as he changed tactics and boarded a train. T