Personal love and professional dedication to art support one another in this sophisticated tale about what artistic intellectuals were occupied with during a historical period when European totalitarianism in various countries (Germany, France, Italy, Spain, etc.) was forming. Personal love becomes intensified not only by being a part of human soul’s artistic yearning but also by the ability of the characters for advanced self-reflection and for creating their own subjective narratives about love and art. Psychological control over love relationships through love narrative (sublimated version of love toward love object) becomes a part of human destiny in love, in art and in understanding of the world.