Our lives seem to be constantly gaining speed. Everything must be done now, immediately, quick and efficient. We rush to work and back to empty flats, we walk our city streets with break neck pace and leave little to no room for a moments breath. In this chaos we tend to loose our capacity to recognize others and their own humanity.
This story is about how sometimes the only way to look up and see the person in front of you is through a clash and its consequenses.