This part comprises episodes 4-6 and an end-credit sequence. Episode four is described by the filmmaker as “a little difficult to describe”. In probably the most complex, but also the most fascinating and tragicomic episode, Mariano Llinás presents a filmmaker (who looks like him) who, after a long period shooting, comes into conflict with 'his' four actresses; they demand a complete script. He decides to go and film trees with his film crew, but the women don’t give up that easily... When the filmmaker disappears, an investigator develops a theory about the actresses after reading a story about Casanova.
Episode five – much shorter – is a re-filming of Jean Renoir’s Partie de campagne; the moving sixth episode is based on a 19th-century diary by a British woman who returns to the 'civilised world' after having spent years as a prisoner in the Patagonian wilderness.
Also see La Flor (Parte 1) and La Flor (Parte 2).