Exterior shot, close perspective: a large medieval tower, with a black bird flying towards it in the distance.
Cut to interior. We see a woman in period clothing - a simple dress, a headband, some sort of headpiece behind that. She is holding hands with Orev and gently touching his face. They appear very close. Orev is wearing a Shakespeare-esque collar and a lightly-colored tunic with black sleeved shirt underneath. A window is visible in the corner.
Woman: Oh, Orev my love, it is good to be in your arms once more. But I fear it may be our last.
Zoom on her.
Woman: The executioner comes for me within the hour. But you knew that already. You always know.
Woman: Have you come to grant me one last kiss?
Cut to side shot, her eyes closed in grief, Orev's hand on her shoulder.
Orev: No, my dear Lady Jane...
Orev: I've come to set you free.
Zoom on Orev's outreached hand, palm up, flat.
Orev: Just take my hand...
Orev: And fly away.
Cut back to wide-angle exterior shot, tower in the background, two ravens cavorting in the air and heading away from the tower.
Orev (voiceover): Naturally they faked the execution...
Orev (voiceover): But to this day they keep ravens at the tower in memory of the one who got away.
Cut to a modern-day scene. Uriel and Orev are sitting at a restaurant table. Uriel is wearing a plain white dress shirt. Orev is decked out in black dress shirt with french cuffs and black cufflinks, white waistcoat, and a white necktie. In front of him is a small tray of maki with ginger and soy sauce on the side. A martini sits next to it.
Uriel: Oh come on!
Orev: It's true!
Orev is waggling a pair of chopsticks at Uriel.
Uriel: Look, are you going to tell me what actually happened at the Tower of London, or are you just going to continue making up grandiose tales?
Cut to a near-identical scene as the first shot with Lady Jane, only now we see a man in a simple tunic with a very smart goatee and mustache in place of Jane. They are still in the tower, and they still appear very close.
Orev (voiceover): So there I was with Sir Walter Raleigh...
Uriel (voiceover): Oh for pete's sake.