We introduce an original model of quantum phenomena, a model that provides a picture of a "deep structure", an "underlying pattern" of quantum dynamics. We propose that the source of a particle and all of that particle's possible detectors "talk" before the particle is finally observed by just one detector. These talks do not take place in physical time. They occur in what we call "hidden time". Talks are spatially organized in such a way that the model reproduces standard quantum probability amplitudes. This is most obviously seen if one uses R. Feynman's formulation of quantum theory. We prefer the "physical level" of mathematical strictness in describing our model.