Don't Die Without Telling Me Where You're Going
Leopoldo (Dario Grandinetti) is consumed with the idea of inventing a machine that records dreams. One morning, he realizes that his invention recorded his own dream, in which he loved a woman who lived long ago. When he actually encounters the woman later on, she explains that they've been reincarnated several times and are lovers throughout the ages. But the pair's love is tested when she decides to stop reincarnating and remain dead.