This appears to be a shooting script (or close enough), and I was going to comment on that until I realized that the camera directions were as much a character as the two star-crossed lovers... So, my suggestion for that is simply to get better at representing the camera direction. Look up some shooting scripts and use their structure. Try ones with strange dream sequences like Vanilla Sky, or Source Code, or Dr. Strange and the Multiverse of Madness... look to how they represent what you're looking at ont he screen into stage directions on the page. Because if you can polish that, the possibilities are nearly endless for this wonderful, semi-tragic mind-trip. Great Job!
So, I read parts 1 and 2, but this seems fully disconnected from them, (and they from each other), so I'm not sure who "The Couple" is... The couples in all of your 10-page shorts don't end up together, and the overarching alien religious theme (barely hinted at in this one - as if only to establish that they take place in the same world) doesn't do anything to connect these thematically or serve a purpose except to establish that the world is not our world (or at least not yet... The aliens may yet arrive). I don't know where you're building to, or toward what... I feel like there needs to be more substance that distinguishes this from ordinary life, otherwise this is just: "...oh, yeah... my daughter told me that about her friends when I asked her about her day last night at dinner..." I'd like to know the significance of sharing these ideas with the world and where the story is heading, and if "The Couple" has more significance than juast that the story happens to be about "A" couple,
A Private Investigator-turned-CIA asset must take the reins on an investigation when the agent in charge becomes an amnesiac so that they can free the agent's captive daughter and stop a worldwide banking catastrophe that could lead to WWIII