At the very end of the film there are subtitles that say that Vivian and Leon have already died and the Indian writer, who may never have existed, was only a plagiarist. This fact, which seems insignificant at first glance, tells us that everything in this film was a lie. If the thoughts of the philosopher that were repeated for an hour and a half during the whole movie were plagiarism, then the characters themselves cannot be real. But viewers naively trusted the old footage and thought that the story of Leon and Vivian really happened. Director Nuria Jimenez, who took old videos of her grandfather, came up with a story for them and wrote subtitles, twice showed how everything that we used to consider to be reality can be deceptive. At first – the behavior of a "happy" married couple, and then – non-existence of this very couple.