I took a lot of the meaning for this card from Mrs. Das, who confesses infidelity and a bastard child to her cab driver. When drawn upright Nine of Swords symbolizes anxiety and fear, and when reversed symbolizes inner turmoil, secrets, and releasing worry. I decided to draw one of the monkeys from the last scene eating Mrs. Das' puffed rice in front of a historical ruin, mostly just because I wanted to draw a monkey.
I drew Marie and Emil here as The Lovers. This one's pretty self explanatory. When drawn upright, it symbolizes falling in love. In reverse, The Lovers symbolizes infidelity and separation.
Paul infamously steals a huge sum of money and blows it on a week of hyper indulgent living. I decided to use pentacles in the Louis Vuitton-esque trunks (which is I'd assume the only brand Paul would settle for), and added the Tiffany's bag since that was one he cared enough to name-drop. When drawn upright, the Five of Pentacles represents financial loss, lack mindset, and worry. In reverse, it symbolizes spiritual poverty. In the end, I think it's safe to say Paul got both.