Fleur de Lis
And the second for today. This one was longer, and it was like being in a documentary. I could hear the narrator as well, even though he didn't seem to be physically present. Most of the rest of the film crew was present, and there was one I interacted with most. I will call him the "director", for the sake of brevity. There was some woman too, I think she was the "director"'s wife.
The first part was in, I guess, the "director"'s house? I don't remember much here. The second part was a long car ride and conversation with the "director" as we drive through a run-down part of the city. We are forced to make frequent stops, because occasionally one of our wheels will fall off for no reason. Somehow, we reach our destination.
And the third part. The documentary was about gifts, I guess. As a social experiment, I with the documentary crew go beyond the run-down part of the city and enter a crowded building. It seems to be all, or at least mostly, young men in here. I begin passing out these weird giant coins. Apparently these are worth two dollars. The men are all kowtowing to me. Upon receiving one of the coins, one man says "Thank you so much. You have saved my OnlyFans." Then the narrator asks why they are so grateful?, when the normal expected behaviour would be open resentment. Presumably, the documentary would continue, seeking to answer this question.