Lucha and Jameson collide on the streets of Los Angeles.
Lucha and Jamson exchange information in the aftermath of their accident.
Lucha reflects on the significance of accidents.
Lucha remembers the day she left her childhood behind.
The crash stirs revealing memories in Jameson.
Jameson contemplates the multifaceted nature of his personality.
Lucha and Jameson connect at Lucha's performance of Orpheus and Eurydice.
Romance blooms on Lucha and Jameson's first date.
Lucha and Jameson share a passionate physical experience.
Jameson uses science to cope with his love for Lucha.
The metaphysical peak in Lucha and Jameson's love.
On their wedding day, Lucha gives Jameson a fateful gift.
Jameson's throws himself into his career, and Lucha falls into a quiet depression.
Lucha receives a mysterious phone call from a voice she seems to recognize.
Lucha visits the fortune teller again hoping for clarity.
A grieving Orlando decides to leave Los Angeles.
Before leaving Los Angeles, Orlando pays his last respects to his wife.
Reflect on the impact of a location's geography on a person's psyche.
Jameson struggles to connect with another driver.
Jameson's experiment overcomes him.
The loss of Jameson rips Lucha in two.
Delirious from her search, Lucha turns to Jameson's experiment to find him.
In a state of darkness, Lucha is haunted by Jameson's red notebook.
Still submerged in darkness, Lucha dreams of Jameson's infidelity.
Lucha descends to the underworld in search of Jameson.
Lucha emerges from her odyssey.
After years apart, Lucha and Orlando reunite in Los Angeles.
Lucha considers her past.
Lucha and Orlando move forward together.
Luca is haunted by the boatman's lament.
Orland considers his plurality.
Lucha makes peace with Jameson's disappearance.
The red notebook resurfaces.
Lucha makes a phone call to her younger self.
A thousand streets lead into one great path.
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