''London 13 March 1886. My dear Utterson, when you read this letter I will be dead.
Once, I devoted myself to finding a way to separate that duality that exists in every man, that of good and evil but how to do it?
Through tireless hours of research, I managed to create a potion that allowed this separation in two different people, so that one is cursed…
Utterson sitting in the room chair begins to read aloud.
I felt first pleasant and then heartbreaking jolts and a deep horror that dissipated. And I began to feel younger and only the dark voice remained as if I was finally free. It was infinitely perverse.''
Utterson sitting in the chair begins to read aloud and begin to imagine how it all happened.
Jekyll in the laboratory grabs a potion and drinks it.
I have won!
Jekyll begins to go into shock. Hyde emerges forcefully.
Jekyll and Hyde face to face as in a mirror; they observe one another and make simultaneous movements and suddenly both fall to the ground.
A few seconds later only Hyde gets up, looks at Jekyll’s body lying on the ground in a derogatory way and says in a smiling voice.