Here we see the continuing confrontation between C and M.
I had no idea how to lay out this page at first. After awhile, it gets difficult to imagine new ways to show talking heads. I went ahead and drew panel 1 based on a sketch I had in my notebook. At that point, the Muse responded…
In this scene, C catches M in an admission that he (M) knows something that he shouldn’t know, namely that Fortunato was drunk at the time of the murder. This is an important slip-up (and just the kind of thing that C relies on with his quirky investigative technique). So the viewpoint moves from M’s point of view and power position behind his desk (panel 1) all the way around to C taking the power position (panel 4 is effectively a mirror image of panel 1). So the scene literally turns the table on M (as M’s desk rotates a full 180*).
Furthermore, because of the way the sunlight comes through the window and casts shadows, M goes from being almost all white (pure) to being almost all black.