In Relativity, an elderly Albert Einstein and a middle-aged Kurt Godel sit on a bench in Princeton, New Jersey, in the autumn of 1954 as Kurt wonders why, in the movie, there are seven dwarfs and why he can’t remember their names. Kurt is convinced that mathematicians are trying to poison him and suggests that the Wicked Queen has given Snow White a radioactive apple that makes the castle glow. He says there may be an infinite number of parallel variations of the fairy tale. Albert wants to go to one where they are not having this conversation. Kurt says there are time loops in Albert’s equations that make it theoretically possible to visit the past. Kurt thinks it odd that Albert sat down on their walk, and Albert tells him he should find someone else to talk to because he, Albert, can’t live forever. Kurt says that since time is an illusion, there is no death. Kurt says he has always been looked at as if he were some sort of insect. Albert, who has fallen asleep, wakes up and tells Kurt that he needs to make new friends so he will not be utterly alone. Kurt replies that he happens to like the illusion of Albert’s company. Albert says he has been trying to work out a grand unified theory but has failed. He tells Kurt that he cannot start over because he will be dead in two months. Kurt says that Albert is his friend and he loves him. That, he says, is not an illusion. Albert says the name of the last dwarf is Happy. Kurt says he doesn’t think so and Albert suggests that they walk, but the light fades on them before they get up.