I meant to get to this back when you first posted it, sorry for the delay.
Anyway...I was REALLY glad to hear you say that the feature is going to be four short stories because I think this holds up very well by itself. It's a great short piece. I love the dialogue, I love the way it treats the audience on a 'need to know' basis. I'd love to see this as a film.
Here are my quibbles:
His conversation with the boy feels a little too direct. I think that by having him address the kid by his name, it puts too much weight into what he's saying...I mean, the conversation is certainly important, but I think it should play more casually. Does that make any sense?
When he pulls out the razor and the scene fades out, it feels like a cheat, a trick. There's no reason for whether he does or doesn't do it, it seems like a device, almost a cliffhanger, if you get my drift. Have something happen there to tip the scale. I don't know, maybe a spare tire just randomly roles down the road, or even something that doesn't necessarily connect to anything in the script, and then CUT TO Vincent and the ending as you have it. I think that would make the ending really beautiful and memorable.
But overall...great job.