Here is a tiny teeny explanation of what this video is about in a small box: nnIt's about nerdy girls having dinner and suddenly 2 cute guys walk-in, infatu...
Here is a tiny teeny explanation of what this video is about in a small box: nnIt's about nerdy girls having dinner and suddenly 2 cute guys walk-in, infatuated by them and assuming they are out of their league, the girls emerge into imagining themselves dancers, then coming back to reality and leaving.
To their surprise, the 2 guys actually thought the same thing about them, that they can never get them.
nnWhy I did this video?n1) Because it's fun.
If you haven't noticed...
I love to dance, who doesn't? And my mind works like crazy till I can make my ideas come to life! n2) This is a sketch that represents a deeper meaning: I believe our world is full of prejudice that leaves us from taking steps forward and seeing people for what they truly are.
So, this video brings this aspect to life, but rather in a funny way.
But next time, you know what you are afraid of might be not even there ;) nnThank you to all my friends who helped me make this video! All talents have done this project 100% for the purpose of helping me out an getting something *hopefully* cool done.nnnSong: FireflynArtist: Mura MasanChoreography: Layla GhalebnFilmed by: Lara El AasarnConcept, edited and directed by: Layla GhalebnDancers: nLayla Ghaleb: @laylaghalebnAngela Karaseva: @anjelisnNatasha Rooney: @natasharooneynActors:nHisham Ashour: @hishamashour1nShaban Krafty Ali: @asliceofkraftinessnnSpecial thanks to my dear friends Lara and Lina El Aasar! Couldn't have pulled anything off without you! nn*NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED* "This video uses copyrighted material in a manner that does not require approval of the copyright holder.
It is a fair use under copyright law.
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