Like most random encounters, her previous life remains unknown. When encountered inside a room with a blank television, she reveals to Crane that she used to love American films due to her mother getting off of work and always taking her and her little brother to the cinema on Thursday nights. She formerly adored films from the country such as Singin' in the Rain, You've Got Mail, and The Matrix and always enjoyed the fact that the films had a happy ending. Due to the epidemic, she now feels that the films "betrayed" her due to the films having the happy "hollywood" ending and now realizing the life outside of the films; how not all things have a happy ending.
Damla is an early-aged Caucasian female with light brown hair and brown eyes. She is wearing a golden tank top (with a snake design and the numbers 79), black short track panks, white long socks, and grey sneakers.
- While Singin' in the Rain (1952) and You've Got Mail (1998) are correctly American-made films, The Matrix (1999) is actually both American and Australian made, so her information about The Matrix being American is semi-correct.