Okay, I see what you mean. I took the telepathy as a real event, but it could very well be diegetic. After all, it is one thing to feel a profound sense of connection (a la Kieslowski's "The Double Life of Veronique") and quite another to actually transfer one's thoughts telepathically. My reservation in attributing the plot as a manifestation of Gabor's subconscious is that the film does often change in perspective. The opening interview at the clinic is one. Then, there is Adele's affair with the groom on the cruise ship. If this was all in Gabor's mind, then why would she leave? Is it just to prove to himself that they were destined to be together? On the other hand, I can't think of a simple explanation why, one minute she is halfway around the world, then the next minute, she is on the bridge with him. Intriguing thought.