So without further ado - I present "Swan Song" in it's entirety with featured director's commentary.
He notices a change...the picture is having some sort of effect on him.
He's becoming the woman in the picture - and apparently she's some sort of singer.
Serenading the guests - the young man's grandmother and her beau - that would put the setting somewhere immediately in the post-WWII period. A photo with the club photographer.
Serenading another guest - looks like she may have picked the wrong guy.
Looks like this other woman is the jealous type - and apparently she's got some additional talents.
A decidedly surprising change - and apparently not a particularly pleasant one for the singer - then she disappears.
Back to the future (our present rather) - a somewhat seedier establishment - in her transformed state - the singer continues performing.
Among the few patrons...a familiar face - the original photographer - recognizing her despite the changes and recalling a special night many years ago.
Apparently the vindictive woman with the glowing eyes wasn't the only one with powers. Apparently the photographer's images also have some capabilities (of course including the photo that started it all).
Despite the change to color, we're not going back in time again, just realizing an improved reality this time.
Arriving at grandma's retirement home.
The final performance - or "Swan Song" if you will - for a most appreciative audience.
Hope that clears up the concept and storyline a bit more. Appreciate the feedback. At least I know folks are following the story if I get comments like those.
Have a great weekend!