Synopsis: The clip sees Shura as the figurehead of a religion that features traditional iconography and encourages love and dance.
“For centuries we have been told by different faiths what is right, what is allowed… but here the leader is a woman, and the women are encouraged to love each other,” director Chloé Wallace explains. “We wanted to make a world of sexiness without being exploitative.”
Chloé Wallace is a director and screenwriter. Half American half Spanish, Chloé belongs everywhere. Audacious and imaginative, her films celebrate popcorn and feminism with equal enthusiasm and honesty.