The girl simultaneously appears in two incompatible worlds: in the 19th century alongside Nikola Tesla, witnessing everything that is happening, and in the 21st century alongside MacBook with the searchlight, telling Tesla's story to the viewers, although still wearing a dress of the Victorian era. She tells the viewers about Tesla's life, his childhood and how he became obsessed with the idea of electricity when, stroking a cat, he noticed particles of light on his hand. It all looks very unorthodox, but in any case is divergent for the most of ordinary viewers.
Be that as it may, striking elements don't end on this blatant concoction. Bewildering since the very beginning, the soundtrack of the film is manifestly present-day and sometimes even sounds like nightclub music. Some episodes make it especially clear to envisage – the dancing-party with sparkling multi-colored lights around the mansion or the last scene with Tesla performing a song into the microphone à la Freddie Mercury.
Another curious thing in the set of bewilderments is the backgrounds. When Tesla arrives in Colorado to continue working on his coil, the scenery around him is completely artificial. Vast fields under the stormy sky, as if displayed on a big screen behind Tesla, mentally send the viewer back to the storyteller with MacBook.