[After the public screening of all second-year student films,] R. and I just walked around the city. We talked about the movie, the process, and other memories. We were feeling accomplished. We also thought about the future as well. Where will we go next? When I first explored this city, one of my friends showed me how to sneak out to the rooftop of a building downtown. I wanted to show [this place to] Rebeca. So, we sneaked out onto the rooftop again. It was a really cathartic experience. [Seeing Montreal’s landscape], I felt nostalgic. Even though I am not from here, I could connect with [this city] in some ways because I made something here. Montreal has shaped me as a person. I saw another airplane going by and I took a picture. Now, I always look at airplanes because of this film and think of their meanings. Airplanes are significant for me because I am always moving and am moved. A huge part of my identity comes from a diaspora life. I can never decide where I belong. I cannot place myself. I can’t say I am from somewhere … When I go back to Colombia, I always feel different. I grew up in North America, but I am not fully Canadian, not French, not from Calgary. I began to accept my identity as an individual then. At that moment, I saw the airplane and sun going down. This picture represents me and represents the whole experience of making this film.