In addition to their dope filming talents, the creators of Mocha Frapuchino can sometimes be found lurking in the subway stations of Budapest practicing their moves for the final Bollywood-meets-Brooklyn dance scene of the movie.
“What would such a corny movie be without a dance scene at the end?” asks co-director Hans Peterson.
Co-director Ajang Farid disagrees that the film will be corny, saying “Dance is an art – this movie is art; the two were made to be together – like coffee and milk in a Mocha Frapuchino.”
Co-director Nadji Hedjazi, strives to maintain the middle ground saying, “The appreciation of cinema and dance are highly subjective and to some extent dependent on ones culture. In this film we are striving to move past the prejudices of cultural differences and appeal to the universal need people have for both suspense and laughter.”
Well, with such a variety of opinion, its amazing that they could even agree on a title. But you’ve got to give it to them, thy do know how to bust a move!