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The film opens to the sound of a gramophone playing Axxon N, "the longest-running radio play in history".
Meanwhile, a young prostitute, identified in the credits as the "Lost Girl", cries while watching television in a hotel room, following an unpleasant encounter with her client.
Devon is warned by his entourage that Nikki is out of bounds, due to her husband's power and influence.
The Lost Girl’s television displays a family of surrealistic anthropomorphic rabbits who speak in cryptic statements and questions.
Occasionally, there are laugh track responses within these Rabbit scenes.
The film then pans to where the neighbor is pointing, and we see Nikki and two girlfriends sitting on the couch.
Her butler (Ian Abercrombie) walks into the living room with a phone call from her agent, announcing that she has won the role.
The day before the audition, Nikki is visited by an enigmatic old woman (Zabriskie) who says she is her neighbor; she predicts that Nikki will get the role, and recounts two folk tales.One tells of a boy who, sparking a reflection after passing through a doorway, "caused evil to be born." The other tells of a girl who, wandering through an alleyway behind a marketplace, "discovers a palace." The old woman presses Nikki for details on her new film, asking whether the story is about marriage and involves murder. Disregarding Nikki's offended response, the old woman comments on the confusion of time, claiming that were this tomorrow, Nikki would be sitting on a couch adjacent to them.