The Last Painting of Sara De Vos - Part Two: Sydney, August 2000 - Heemstede, Winter 1649/Summer 2000 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, continued

Sydney, August 2000 – Marty rents a tuxedo for the opening of the show. When Ellie sees him at the opening, she realizes he is not there to hurt her. Max introduces them, unaware of their past. When Max disappears into the crowd, Marty tells Ellie that he did not come to ruin her life. Ellie is still overcome to see him. Marty says that regret is something which keeps one alive. He explains that he is in Sydney to apologize for what happened forty years before. The two head off on their own, where Ellie helps apply bandages to Marty’s feet because his designer Italian shoes have cut into his skin. Marty explains everything, including how he found Ellie to begin with thanks to Red Hammond. Marty explains he intended to hand Ellie over...

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