Donna and I are looking for something or someone. We ask at a store that has some fashionable clothes. One girl comes into the store wearing a black sparkly dress. She has short curly dark brown hair. We talk to the store people and they suggest we check out this ‘free creative club’. So we leave for the club walking down some streets. The girl with the brown curly hair arrives about the same time and says, “You seem to be everywhere.”
“We are, We’re looking for someone.” We say.
“She’s here, I’m sure.”
To the left, the place has a slightly elevated level where people are playing video games against each other. It’s like a party, laughing, cheering, drinking. To the right are rooms for creating, painting, sculpting, and a small movie theater.
Donna says, “There she is.”
She had bobbed cut black hair and was wearing a short red and black lightning striped one-piece dress. There were a lot of people all around her so we were waiting for the right moment to approach her.
A big topic of conversation that we could hear was about the six-minute movie called, “In Her”. ‘Deeply touching. ‘One of the best movies I’ve ever seen!’ ‘It was just amazing!’ etc. I saw a girl painting a strange picture of a pair of diseased legs with lesions bursting with bloody puss. As disturbing as it was, it was somehow… interesting. I looked around and most everyone, including Donna, had flocked into the theater. They wouldn’t open the doors during the showing. It was “In Her”.
When everyone came out Donna found me and just exploded with praises for this six-minute movie. “Life changing, beautiful! They’re going to show it again at the hour. You can see it then. Now, where is the girl in the red and black dress? Oh, there she is.”
I wake up