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A Boy. A Girl. A Dream.


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Cass (Omari Hardwick), a handsome USC grad stalled in his career, is getting lost in the alcohol- and drug-infused world of LA club promotion. On the night of the 2016 presidential election, he meets Frida (Meagan Good), a beautiful, spirited midwestern visitor dealing with a difficult breakup. Their chemistry is undeniable. Nothing will ever be the same again.

With a sense of quiet enchantment and magnitude in the mundane, director Qasim Basir has created a visually sensuous, dreamlike film unspooling in real time, seemingly in one continuous take, that transports you to a singular moment in time—election night—when the texture of life seemed to indescribably yet drastically change. A Boy, A Girl, A Dream. effortlessly holds a full spectrum of emotion—feelings of panic, embarrassment, attraction, vulnerability, despair, anger, companionship, disorientation, and a creeping sense of a nation radically changing course—all inside a single slice-of-life film about two people meeting each other for the first time.

Mon. 1/22, noon, PC Library, PC
Tue. 1/23, 5:30 p.m., MARC, PC
Wed. 1/24, 9:00 p.m., SLC Library, SLC
Fri. 1/26, 7:00 p.m., Redstone 2, PC
Sat. 1/27, 9:30 a.m., Ray, PC

YEAR 2017



RUN TIME 89 min

COMPANY Creative Artist Agency

EMAIL filmsales@caa.com

PHONE (424) 288-2000


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Artist Bio

Qasim Basir

Qasim Basir's first film was the NAACP Image Award–nominated Mooz-Lum, with Nia Long, Evan Ross, and Danny Glover. Mooz-Lum opened in more than 25 countries in 2011 to much critical acclaim and was acquired by Starz, Netflix, and Amazon. Qasim's sophomore effort was the award-winning Destined, starring Cory Hardrict, which premiered at the LA Film Festival. It has since won nine awards, including best director and actor at the 2016 American Black Film Festival.