Moments is a poetic and wistful portrayal of generational dystopia, the idyllic tragedies of the countryside and the angst of parenthood. With appropriate precision, Moments gives a very compassionate picture of man’s eternal yearning for deliverance from old sins.
“I settle down on the stairs. Sights and smells bring back memories that I have long forgotten. Think that your whole life is shaped by the place you grew up. Before, something bothered me. This constantly. If only I had been born someone elsewhere. If only I had other parents. If. Who would I have been then?”