Look at the arc in the picture!
It's a dueling match.
(Sound, with arm extended as if holding a sword: Tschew-tschew-tschew-tschew!)
They are at the theatre, on a stage. They are dueling at the theatre and it's part of the show. Look how nicely they're dressed.
They are in a city where there are horses: Paris. This is in the late 19th century.
Their names are Abigail and Mildred.
Or perhaps Ernest and Shelby; the one on the left could be a man...in a better light you could tell.
Elderly men are watching the show.
So are elderly women.
Abigail (or Ernest) is going to win, because there’s a small heart on her (or his) chest.
The two have families, but their families are probably not watching, because these two people are not respectable.
It's show business, that's all. The family does not approve.
Next, they may just give it up. They'll hold their heads up high.
Maybe they'll kiss.
(I'd like that.)