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- Constance wakes up and hurries downstairs, where she sees Brulov slumped in a chair.
- The music tells you he's dead or injured. Sneaky music.
- But he's fine; he just fell asleep in the chair.
- JB is asleep on the couch. Brulov says he knew all along that JB is a paranoid patient.
- He explains that he gave JB bromide to knock him out, and that he found a razor in his hand.
- Constance assures him that JB isn't dangerous, Brulov argues with her, in part by being a sexist jerk and saying women are illogical.
- We got rid of Fleurot, but we need someone to be a sexist jerk, so Brulov takes on the role, apparently.
- Brulov says that he's going to call the police.
- She says that if there's a police investigation the shock could destroy JB.
- Mostly this seems like an excuse not to call the police so the film can keep doing its man-on-the-run thing. But okay.
- "I couldn't feel this way toward a man who was bad," she says. Brulov is skeptical, which seems fair enough.
- But he agrees not to turn JB in, because he's a softie, even if he is also kind of a jerk.
- Constance goes off to make coffee and breakfast. Meanwhile, Brulov wakes JB up and tells him he knows he's an amnesiac.
- He also asks him if he can remember anything, or if he had a dream.
- JB resists talking about his dream, which makes cranky Brulov cranky.
- Brulov says that people hide truths about themselves from themselves, but dreams tell the truth all mixed-up.
- So Brulov and Constance are going to read the dream and understand the secrets.
- JB's convinced, and he sits back in the chair to tell his dream (Constance came back in to take notes).