“I worked ‘til I was ready to die. I made it. I belong here. I have carved myself into this country.”
She’s from Moldova, he’s the son of Chinese immigrants. She’s a factory worker by day and a waitress by night. He’s a cab driver.
One night he picks her up running from job to job and their whirlwind relationship begins.
A typical Toronto love story, stolen in the moments between shifts. But can their love survive a city in late capitalism?
Photo featuring Matthew Gin by Jim Ryce