This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
"Dreams hang around her head in an opal haze, drawing moths, disrupting electronics, dissipating as glittery chunks are torn off by the wind" - ctrlcreep
The reasons for most moths' positive phototaxis remain unknown. One possible theory is they use light (such as The Moon's reflection) for orientation, hence artificial lights disrupt their navigation, change their angles of flight, trap them in deadly loop-like trajectories around the light source, exerting unwavering, self-destructive attraction.
Niitaka arrives with a divine halo…