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Is there a point to surrealism if there's no underlying message, cause, rhyme, or reason to it? Since dreams are usually interpreted as a manifestation of our subconscious desires, our wants and needs, or our daily events and problems, shouldn't something surreal have some unifying theme and not just be a barrage of strange and hypnotic imagery? I understand that by drowning (s)he was able to follow the older sister, but from there on the storyline, if you want to call it that, just seems random.