Rayna lies in bed trying to retrieve her visualizations of Falling Trees. but the movie's altered depictions keep overpowering her personal interpretations. She dreads that her experience of the Falling Trees fictional world is permanently marred.
The Next Morning Rayna decides to provide her imagination with substance through paintings so that her visualizations can become tangible enough to revive what the adaptation ruined.
Rayna paints memorable events and landscapes from Falling Trees and puts the paintings up in her living room. She is relieved that her admiration for the excellent Sci-Fi book is still intact despite the poor adaptation she experienced.