It's interesting how much the two halves of this film complement each other in what they try to say.
The first is very blunt and obvious in how it tackles the ideas of love in the eyes of our society, but the second is a much more disturbed and gentle means of showing how much we do need some people in our lives, and how being on our own all the time isn't always the answer.
We need companionship as much as we need our own space, but in the air of our world, we can't seem to accept this fact. It's always one extreme or the other.
I don't think I was that exposed in the realms of dark…