Step into the golden age of the roaring twenties when everything was about glamour, swing and groove!
There’s no other art that represents the feeling of the era as much as dance. A symbol for being free of bondages. Frivolous and full of vitality, dance was the main characteristic to express the peachiness of the time.
Experience an evening with pure glamour and enjoy 12 minutes performance where you get lost in the smug feather boas, decadent pearl necklaces and the pure rhythm of swing. Enjoy the terrific and famous music of Chicago, Swing Kids and old Jazz master Duke Ellington, accompanied by a most glamorous rousing show.
Mira suffers from insomnia which prevents her eyes to sleep every night. Insomnia leads her to go out walking in the dark streets with no destination or purpose. She tries to sleep in a park but instead she finds herself in a mysterious place confronting her insomnia, and she has no choice but to defeat her and get back the sleep to her eyes, or she will remain suffering from insomnia!
Written and Directed by Ahmed Said
Performed by Allison Plamondon and Ann-Marie Sepe
Choreography by Allison Plamondon
Music by Frank Grullon and Michael Ramey with G&R Productions, Inc.
Executive Producer: Sarah B. Denison
Cinematography by Ahmed Said and Darrell Ayer
Produced in New York City in 2014
Submitted to Sundance Film Festival 2015