— Bill and Eva were lovers for two years; they loved each other equally and late nights of consisting Swedish language and a little bit of French, laughter, old Hollywood movies, alcohol and romantic kisses, almost seemed endless. Until the breakup came, that tore the hearts of the two. Bill always thought that it was his fault, as he began to drown himself in his work, oblivious to the fact that their live was slowly fading away. Eva, furious upon Bill's change, packed her bags and left him. Two years later, she sees him again in a bar, sitting all alone by himself. She hears him call her name — but her love for him wasn't the way it used to. Eva joins him and the two drink, almost as if they hadn't been lovers. But still, the love in Bill's eyes hasn't still faded. Until, he starts to smoke — a surprise to Eva, because she made him stop while they were together. "Smoking kills you. You know that." She told him, but not like the way she used to whenever she saw him taking a smoke or two. Then, he looks at her; heartbreak ad tears sprawled over his blue eyes, with puffs of smoke gently slithering out of his lips and into the air. Eva feels her heart break in two and guilt completely swallows her. "How will it kill me if you already did, Ev?" Then, in an instant, they realized that they've caused catastrophe to each other. They were two broken souls with broken hearts, after all.