Majid’s son confronts Georges at his office.
A cyclist defends himself after narrowly missing a distracted Georges, who steps out in front of him.
As an unidentified subject gazes out of the Laurent’s house toward the vantage point from which the house has been previously recorded, the scene abruptly shifts to another image of the boy with the bloody mouth.
In a dream, Georges recalls a violent episode involving a rooster at his childhood home.
Georges follows the images in a tape to the apartment of Majid, who he knew as a boy.
After learning about Georges’ visit to Majid from another tape, Anne demands to know more about the two men’s relationship.
Anne returns home late from the office to find Georges watching the evening news and Pierrot missing.
After witnessing Majid commit a terrible act, Georges explains to Anne in greater detail what transpired between him and Majid as children.
Young Majid is removed from the Laurent family estate.
Adults wait outside the entrance to Pierrot’s school as students exit for the day.
Georges receives a call at the studio from Anne, informing him of the arrival of another tape: this time wrapped in a childlike drawing of a boy with blood coming out of his mouth.
A seemingly static image of a quiet Parisian neighborhood is revealed to be a recording.