When We Collide

  • Connor Wan
  • Charlie tatham
We, as human beings, are terribly flawed. At our very worse, we can be selfish, immoral and dishonest. Especially in our twenties, the time where we begin our lives, neglecting everything else that is not in our own self-interest. 
Chloe and Ezra are so wrapped up in their own lives they don't even bother to stop to see the destruction they leave behind. Until one night they face a mess they can't just ignore so easily. The guilt of the mess they made sticks to them, weighing down their already troubled relationship. Perhaps, it could be the thing that finally breaks them. 
A satirical look into the warped sense of importance in the meaningless problems of the middle class. 

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