A poet sitting by the Donaukanal spontaneously writes a poem for Celine and Jesse.
Jesse tries to get a bottle of wine, while Celine steels two glasses.
Jesse and Celine explore the Ring and ask themselves intimate questions.
They sit by the Franz Josef I. Statue on the balcony and Jesse mentions a poem by W.H. Auden "As I walked out one evening".
By chance they pass the club Arena, go inside, play pinball and talk about past and current relationships.
Both lay on the grass talking about how much intimacy is appropiate.
Both meet for the first time in the train and decide to spend the day together in Vienna.
They start strolling through town with mixed feelings in the beginning.
Walking through Spittelberg, they watch a belly dancer dancing the dance of birth.
In a record shop Celine chooses Kath Bloom to listen to with Jesse.
They play a fictitious roleplay together, where they call they close friends at home and talk about their experience so far.
Celine and Jesse, discussing Feminism, walk down the Mölkersteig.
Both take a look at this church. Inside they start talking about pain and happiness in life.
In the evening they drink something at the "Kleines Café". A plamist reads Celine's future.
Celine tells Jesse about the story behind this Cemetery.
They kiss on the Ferris Wheel and stroll through the amusement park.