Rodrigo summons Hailey to drive him upstate to find Ana Maria, explaining that she "makes him alive," exactly what the symphony needs opening night. Back in the city, Cynthia takes some pills for her wrist, and ends up seeing a co-worker in a whole new light. Hailey finds Alex, ready to feel alive.
Did You Know?
In the opening scene, Ana Maria plays the violin left-handed - the opposite of standard playing. Most violinists place the instrument on their left shoulder, use their left hand on the fingerboard, and bow with their (dominant) right hand. Ana Maria's reverse playing means that she is left-handed, and that her violin's strings are strung in the opposite order than normal. See more
Written by Sia
(as Sia Furler) and Jesse Shatkin
Performed by Mark Blum See more