It’s summertime and the temperature is in the 90’s. It’s 2:00 in the afternoon. They’re having a good time in the rain. They’re getting wet. They’re dancing. They’re in a city park in Arizona. They’re strangers to another. For the most part. They’re enjoying the rain. The man with the camera is taking pictures of the rain and of the people dancing in the rain. His name is Paul. The kid was on his way to play baseball with friends. His name is Jimmy. The guy behind Jimmy is Steven and he’s on his lunch break. The shirtless guy was on his way to go swimming. His name is Bob. The other shirtless guy, Joe, is Bob’s brother. Joe was going to go swimming as well. Paul saw the storm coming, so he grabbed his camera to take pictures of it. He got some good lightning shots. They haven’t seen rain in months! That’s why they’re so excited. Alice is in the fog. Alice is singing in the rain. Alice escaped from the Mental Hospital. Alice is 28 years old and she hallucinates that everyone is a dwarf and she thinks the dwarves are trying to kill her. She not only thinks that no one can see her hiding in the fog, she thinks she’s hiding from the killer dwarves. Her friend Larry escaped with her. She’s okay with him because she sees Larry as a big fluffy teddy bear. He’s the one person she trusts. Paul is using his sister’s camera and is now taking pictures that he shouldn’t be. Alice notices Paul and his camera. She sees it as Paul shooting people with a laser gun, so Alice makes Larry tackle Paul. It’s a full-blown fight. The orderlies and the police come to the scene. The orderlies take Alice back to the hospital and the police arrest Paul and Larry for assault. Alice had to be heavily medicated because she was so out of control. They had to put Larry into solitary and he will be released to go back to the hospital. Paul was released on bond and his sister picked him up. She noticed he stole her camera and had a loud conversation with him. She was mad at him but she still loves him because he’s her little brother. The rain comes to an end and everyone gets back to their normal schedule.