The music video is set in an empty field with a woman and a man. The video is depicted entirely backwards. When played backwards, the white (wedding) dress is seen initially, and the man puts the dress into a suitcase. Once the suitcase is closed, the dress becomes paint, in which the woman places her arms once it is opened again. This metaphorical statement implies the two will soon become married. Later on, however, the woman takes her arms out of the white paint and walks away from the man, signifying that the bond that they once had is now broken, they are drifting farther apart, and that they will not be married. The rain at the end of the video (which is chronologically the beginning of the video) also has an impact on the video as well, whichever way (forwards or backwards) it is shown.
Dusting down the Old Town: Hanoi's Old Quarter is in desperate need of being revamped and modernised. A pilot project to renew a short section of Ta Hien street is the first tentative step towards tackling this thorny issue, writes Dieu Linh.(MILLENNIUM ANNIVERSARY)
Jul 19, 2010; One of the oldest parts of Hanoi is the Old Quarter or "Pho Co" as it's known in Vietnamese. Although the area's street plan is...