Ariane arrives at Flannagan's suite to find the Gypsy band leaving and Frank packing his bags. He's going off to Cannes with the twins from Stockholm and then on to Athens, he tells her. He mentions that he listened to her recording of all her previous 'lovers' and thanks her for having the right idea: 'It's bonjour and adieu, and in between a little amour." Trying to keep from crying, Ariane helps him close his suitcase and asks whether she can accompany him to the train station. As they leave the hotel, her father follows behind and picks up her cello. As Ariane and Frank walk down the train platform together, Ariane says that she'll check once in a while at the Ritz to see if he's come back to Paris. He notices the tears in her eyes, but she explains that it's due to the soot. The conductor calls out to board the train, and Ariane asks to keep the carnation in Frank's label. Frank boards the train, and as it begins to pull out of the station, Ariane runs alongside assuring him that she will be all right and counting off all the men she's going to see while he's traveling around. She tells him that he was #20 on her list and, with tears welling up, assures him that she will always remember him. Suddenly, Frank reaches out with his arm and swoops her up into the train with him. As they embrace, her father stands on the train platform smiling. In a voiceover, he says, 'On Monday, August 24th of this year, the case of Frank Flannagan and Ariane Chavasse came up before the superior judge in Cannes. They are now married, serving a life sentence in New York, the state of New York, U.S.A.' In the final scene, the Gypsy band, standing on the train platform, play Fascination.