A music film directed by Hazuki Aikawa.
The concept of The Night came to mind when I was sitting at Union Square Park, observing the multifaceted, diverse, and schizophrenic faces of New York City: young and old, men and women, calm and irritated, temporary and permanent, serene and exciting, loud and quiet, still and restless. As I watched, I realized that all these contradictions were a true depiction of the place. And then I imagined an ethereal being with all these traits, haunting the city and possessing the people who lived in it.
Alla Bronskaya is an actress born in Russia, raised in Alaska, and living in New York City. After graduating with a degree in theatre from Wagner College, Alla has appeared in several theatrical performances such as Lady Macbeth in Macbeth, Miep in Diary of Anne Frank, and Dunyasha in The Cherry Orchard. She has also played many lead roles in films. Alla is a trained dancer, having studied at North Star Ballet, Wagner College, and the Broadway Dance Center & Joffrey, and is accomplished in ballet, jazz, funk, swing, modern, salsa, mambo, and tango.
Civilians is a Brooklyn-based rock band with the essence and spirit of rock-n-roll, rooted in original songwriting. Infused with the multinational background of its members, Civilians music blends elements from different cultures and music genres, from 60's rock to bossa-nova, psychedelia to jazz and blues, creating a mature polyphonic sound scape. Members include Bandini, Andrey Alistratov, Leo Zanis, Chase Bowman, and Engin Kaplan.