Juliet Portrait

The initial phase of the story primarily serves as a comparative representation of the psychological states of the two young protagonists.

In the first portrait, we gaze upon Juliet whose guarded eyes are fixed on a distant point beyond the frame. Despite her tender age, the weight of societal expectation threatens to push her into marrying a complete stranger.

Whenever she attempts to assert her own desires, the formidable opposition from her family casts a shadow over her true intentions. This portrait serves as a poignant reflection on the facade she must maintain in the face of these challenges.