2013, 10 minutes
Visual interpretation of the instant when two people connect
When two girls set eyes on each other for first time at a crowded party the moment is frozen, a glass has been spilled and droplets of water hang ominously above both of them, threatening to break their intimate moment. Recklessly abandoning their inhibitions and running away to a subconscious world where they take us on a journey of hope, fear and defeat, the obstacles of the ever impending reality will be the unstoppable reminder that their moment of wildness is fragile and temporary. Run Away is a visual interpretation of the instant when two people connect, the moment before a relationship is identified, and the knowledge that this relationship that will one day become important, but for now, it can only be imagined.