A Demon stalks its prey within the mind of a child, and the consequences of imagination start to seem like reality.
Lost inside a fantasy world of dance, a lost Mother must fight for her survival, or become another victim of the demonic clutches of depression.
“Until when do you want to dance?”
“I want to dance until my daughter Jion is old enough to remember my dancing”
This is the conversation I had, a year ago, with HaeJin Yoon who visited Korean National Ballet after a long time.
When I became part of the Korean National Ballet, HaeJin was already a principal dancer.
Afterward, she joined les ballet de montecarlo, but soon had to quit because of the injuries.
The life of dancers.
The moments on stages are beautiful yet short.
Throughout my career, I have seen many fellow dancers retire. Each of them had their own reason, but, surely, lack of passion for dance wasn’t one.
Even after the retirements, their passion ceaselessly dances in their hearts.
The video is about a ballerina’s comeback for her daughter and is made for all dancers who still remember and long for the moments on the stage.
‘Somewhere In Their Heads’ is a short documentary about the recording of Curse Of Lono’s second album ‘As I Fell’. Shot and edited by acclaimed music film maker Gregg Houston (Noel Gallagher, Two Door Cinema Club, Michael Kiwanuka, Foy Vance), ‘Somewhere In Their Heads’ follows Curse Of Lono as they record between London and a remote, desert studio in Joshua Tree, California. The film offers a unique glimpse into the recording process and the stories behind the songs, including deeply personal conversations about heroin addiction and the death of family members.
Film Type:Documentary, Experimental, Music Video
Runtime:13 minutes 8 seconds
Completion Date:February 19, 2018
Country of Origin:Germany
Country of Filming:Cuba