It was a short relationship. He, who was reading Hamlet in a restaurant meets her, when she comes to him and recites an excerpt from the book. After all, they pass all day long together, him, without knowing her name - not because of the many times he asked her. Two strangers living and having fun, singing the song of they youth, but it still remains one question he wouldn't be able to answer himself: “who would be her?”.
The style comes to improve the film itself. If you ask me: “what do you prefer? A super elaborated camera movement or a single close on the face of the actress?”. I would say: “well, what is the most important for the narrative? If its the camera movement, ok, let’s do it.. if it is the single close.. ok let’s do this one”. For that, all my style when I direct a film is based on what is important.. not even for me, but for the film. If you watch this movie you will see that the sequence plans are there for a reason, the elaborated shots are there for a reason as the “tripped shots” are there for a reason too. That’s what I think about style in filmmaking, and that’s what is involved in this film.