An Airhostess collapses on flight, convinced that her problem is her new braces, whilst she transfers her mother’s body to bury her next to her grandmother.


Isabella belongs to the Greek wealthy bourgeoisie and her conception of love is deeply intertwined with mysticism and ancient philosophy. She falls in love with Albert, who is Jewish, much younger and, moreover, poorer than her. Their relationship is intense, but as time passes, Isabella has more and more influence over Albert: their love affair… Continue reading CRYSTAL NIGHTS