‘Pandora’ tells a narrative of a young girl who is lost in a dream world. In the surreal world, she is presented with temptation in the form of a flower and in turn gets trapped there. Throughout the film she experiences temptation, love, lust, entrapment, revenge and freedom. You decide how the story ends.
What had been quiet and restful was now silent and empty. She was looking for something… anything…
There is a charm about the forbidden that makes it unspeakably desirable.
Could this be what she was looking for all along? But didn’t she know…. curiosity killed the cat.
Only a fool would believe that a bitter tree that bore bitter fruit would one day become sweet.
A prisoner is not the one who has committed the crime, but the one who clings to his crime and lives it over and over.
She never realized how lonely it felt in the midst of a war. Her demons fought back, devouring her from within.
She fought, resisted for a while, but ultimately we are all built of contradictions.
She watched her demons perish as she rose from the fall.
After all, there is no glory in triumph from a fight without peril.
The difficulty lies not so much in developing new experiences as in escaping old ones.
We are nothing but shadows. Fading away trying to hold on to a bittersweet memory that we call our own.
She said that revenge was not sweet, it was bloody. She was wrong. It was sweet.
For one fleeting moment she felt incredible satisfaction. Then it was gone, empty, and all she tasted now was bitter ashes.
She felt a stiff silence as if she was caught in the eye of the storm.
Merely an observer in the midst of the surrounding chaos.
For every path you choose, there is another you must abandon.
No one will ever know what she had been through nor what those eyes had seen, but she wore her battle scars with pride.
It becomes difficult to tell whether something is an opportunity or a trap when you’re least expecting it.