We're in a courtroom where a coroner explains to a jury the events that we've just witnessed.
Scottie's face is blank throughout the official's speech, which includes multiple jabs at his character and "weakness," and references to the fact that "once before, under similar circumstances," Scottie had "allowed a colleague to fall to his death."
After deliberating very briefly, the jury reaches its verdict: Madeleine's death was a suicide.
Scottie still looks stunned and doesn't speak.
Elster approaches him to say there are no hard feelings, that there was nothing Scottie could have done to prevent Madeleine's death.
"You and I know who killed Madeleine," Elster says, referring to Carlotta Valdes. Scottie still doesn't answer.