It's evening time, you're wandering in Prague. You wish to find a public transport stop and take a ride. You can hear a tram clinking in the distance.
You choose a shortcut by taking the Nusle Steps, following the sound. It's windy, you're feeling cold, just waiting to get home. You're standing above the steprs on Šafaříkova Street, finally seeing the rails. These were placed here long before, back in 1884, but today, they're only in service during closures. You're left with nothing else but to follow the rails up to Bruselská Street, where they lead. While you walk, you might witness someone stepping out of a car and smashing the windshield with a baseball bat. Don't take it hard on him, he's just learned that his mother has passed away. His name is Robert and this was a scene from Loners.