Young love falling apart
"The evening is falling. Autumn is almost here and the wind is getting cold. Noa cycles home, to her new student house in the suburbs. Today is her one year anniversary with her first girlfriend, Moon. Noa is the romantic type, but this day doesn't seem romantic at all.
She hasn't seen Moon for a while and tries to ignore their anniversary. All the city noises, chatting people, and bright lights disappear, as she cycles out of the inner city. She decides to call her girlfriend. Her bike ride leads her to her new home, but nothing in the city and her house feels familiar. Moon, on the other end of the line, feels like home. The whole day, and the past weeks, she felt so far away, but hearing her voice - so near to her - she suddenly feels their connection.
Noa bikes through a night that keeps getting darker, while warm images of them together flash through her head. All she wants to do, is to be with her. But the past also illuminates that their love is falling apart. It feels like taking a bath for too long, as if she feels how her fingertips get more and more wrinkles. The water is getting cold."