Juliette (26)

Is a cleaning lady for the institute and has worked here the longest of all the remaining employees. Not because she shares of the dreams Joseph once had, or because she cherishes a certain hope for herself it’s because she’s got no home to go back to, no dream left to pursue.
The last piece of color in her life is the radio on her waist and the music in her ears. When she cleans the building, she dances to the scarce songs on the radio and is able to forget all the ugliness left in this world. The dancing, and the joy of it, makes her feel human, in these most inhumane times.
Juliette experiences her life is getting darker and darker. She pictures death as pitch-dark and completely silent, and that still scares her even more than this life.