there's probably a lot of different ways of interrupting it (as there always seems to be!) you could take it as a woman finding something positive after committing suicide. There's butterflies (I think!) which are often used to depict a soul leaving the body in Asian cultures especially, and then there's dove like birds that could be thought of as "peace"- so perhaps she finally found peace in death. There's ropes and chains as well, which often are used to display feeling "stuck" or held back by something. The moods are really different between the three faces displayed. You could even analyze their clothing- she's wearing black and white stripes which are sometimes associated with jail. Perhaps she felt as if she was a prisoner in her own body?
As you're drawn to the two brightly colored figures, you can notice one is facing away and the other is facing towards the girl. There's a mood shift that seems to be left behind- you can see dark colors and rain which quickly become overwhelmed by these bright colorful events and symbols. I'm just guessing based on what I see! It's going to be different for everyone, of course.
OMG u explain it so detailed i understand now! XD at first i saw the coloring is realy amazing but i didn't undestand what the pictures mean that girl with strip clothes smile and the others cries i'm asking to my self why r they cry? n why is that girl chained lol and i don't realy understand about meaning of difficult pictures like this, like what the butterfly means, lol. thank you for ur explaination! u r awesome! XD