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A Boy. A Girl. A Dream

 
New York Premiere
 
Fri, Jun 22, 2018
  • 9:30PM
 
 
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RUN TIME: 89min
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+  Q&A with Qasim Basir
 
 
 
 
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Part of Film series BAMcinemaFest 2018
Directed by Qasim Basir | 2017

With Omari Hardwick, Meagan Good, Jay Ellis

The boy is Cass (Omari Hardwick), an LA nightclub promoter whose once-promising filmmaking career has been put on hold. The girl is Frida (Meagan Good), a lawyer visiting from the Midwest, whom he meets on election night 2016. The dream is what unfolds before our eyes in one seemingly continuous, hallucinatory take as the two navigate a will-they or won’t-they mutual attraction; open up to one another about their hopes and disappointments; and—along with the rest of the world—begin to process the momentous political sea change washing over America, all in the course of a single evening. More than just a dazzling technical achievement, A Boy. A Girl. A Dream. takes viewers on a profound emotional journey as it explores how everything can change in an instant.

Q&A with Qasim Basir

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