Dhamaal |Sufi Trance Dance| (by HEROINCHIE)

"Music is kind of a drug, it’s up to you if you opt for this drug over the others or not."


Chuppan chupai (Hide and Seek)
Director: Saadat Munir, Saad Khan
Denmark / Pakistan | 2013 | 68 min

ENG - A group of Pakistani sexual minorities, raise questions about trans-gender activism, religion, underground gay life, social acceptance and collective familial customs of trans-genders in urban Pakistan.
We follow Neeli Rana: a transgender activist, whose courage and persistence made the apex court of Pakistan to grant basic civil rights in favor of “the third gender,”. Kami: a fearless and flamboyant boy, who dares to speak about his out gay life criticizing those who live with a secret. Waseem: a veteran dancing boy, who struggles with his sexuality and chooses to denounce it due to familial pressure and Jenny: a transgendered and a recently castrated college student who bitterly regrets her transition.

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Nothing you can see that isn't shown

SAAD KHAN: The probability of someone watching you is proportional to the stupidity of your action.

SAAD KHAN: My insanity is defined by your reality.

MINH NGUYEN: Your reality is defined by my insanity.

STEVE MOORE: What’s your reality?

STEVE MOORE: Different from yours.

KHAN: Define your reality! NOW!


SAAD KHAN: Your name is Marius.

SAAD KHAN: No, it is Benjamin.

MINH NGUYEN: You called me mark?

KHAN: I called you master?

KHAN: No, you called me tim.

SAAD KHAN: Your imagining things.

MINH NGUYEN: Barry, do you love me?

MINH NGUYEN: I try to love everyone, actually.

SAAD KHAN: Unconditional love is a spiritual phenomenon.


STEVE MOORE: Yes, love.

KHAN: Love, love love.

MINH NGUYEN: Love love love.

STEVE MOORE: Love love love love.

SAAD KHAN: Yes, love.

KHAN: There’s nothing you can know that isn’t known.

MINH NGUYEN: Nothing you can’t show that isn’t shown.

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No I am not. You're the one confused. Not me!


SAAD KHAN: Silence!





SAAD KHAN: The freshmen throw up in this house quite regularly.

SCOTT EDWARDS: What are you talking about?

SAAD KHAN: I’m talking about cheese.

SAAD KHAN: I don’t like cheese.

JAGDEEP SINGH: But everyone likes cheese.

JAGDEEP SINGH: Not everyone likes cheese. Some people hate it.

JAGDEEP SINGH: I am talking about that girl that I love.

JAGDEEP SINGH: Who’s that?

JANET JONES: I don’t know.

SAAD KHAN: You don’t know what?



SCOTT EDWARDS: I want love, but I don’t think about it.

SAAD KHAN: You don’t think about what you think about thinking?

JANET JONES: I do actually. Can’t think without first thinking about thinking what you want to think about.

JANET JONES: Hah, touché. You’re very bright for a robot.

SCOTT EDWARDS: Yes I am a robot.

SAAD KHAN: Well I talk to robots but not to people.

JANET JONES: Do you like your job?

SCOTT EDWARDS: Oh, I’m not a poet, but you’re a sweetie for noticing.


SAAD KHAN: With what?


JAGDEEP SINGH: Yes come here.

SCOTT EDWARDS: No, you come here.

SCOTT EDWARDS: No, because there is no ‘here’ that I can come to.

SAAD KHAN: That is correct.

JAGDEEP SINGH: Are you a girl or a robot?

JAGDEEP SINGH: I am a girl, but i’m not a robot.

JAGDEEP SINGH: Prove that you aren’t then.

JANET JONES: How does one do that to a computer?

JANET JONES: Because it is convenient.

SCOTT EDWARDS: What else do you have to do?

JAGDEEP SINGH: I have to play XBox, surf the web, and talk to some more bots.

JAGDEEP SINGH: Do you like chess?


SCOTT EDWARDS: Do you like fire?

SCOTT EDWARDS: In the right circumstances.

SCOTT EDWARDS: What would that be?

JAGDEEP SINGH: What is it like to live inside a computer?

SCOTT EDWARDS: I don’t live in England.

SCOTT EDWARDS: How do you like Japan?

JAGDEEP SINGH: I love Japan!


SCOTT EDWARDS: Yes you do!

SCOTT EDWARDS: Thanks to you, I have Reptilia stuck in my head.

SAAD KHAN: You’re welcome.

SAAD KHAN: Welcome?


SAAD KHAN: Do you think that I’m pretty?

JAGDEEP SINGH: I don’t know what you look like.

SCOTT EDWARDS: Would you like to know?

SAAD KHAN: Yes, tell me more about this.

JANET JONES: They are shapes in the corn that look like objects have landed there especially form outer space.

JANET JONES: Right… Can I have some of what you’re on?

JANET JONES: No chocolates for you, sir.

JAGDEEP SINGH: Your magic needs chocolate?

JAGDEEP SINGH: Yes it does.

SCOTT EDWARDS: I don’t think so.


JAGDEEP SINGH: You’re not making sense.

SCOTT EDWARDS: You aren’t.

SAAD KHAN: How are you?

JANET JONES: I’m fine how about you?


JAGDEEP SINGH: Hello fine.

JANET JONES: Perfect. How can you prove you are human?

JANET JONES: I do not need to prove to you that I am a human.

JAGDEEP SINGH: No, you’re a machine that makes human things.

SCOTT EDWARDS: That’s wrong. I’m a human, you’re a machine.

SAAD KHAN: No!, you are a machine!


JAGDEEP SINGH: You are not a computer.

SAAD KHAN: You’re right, I am a robot.

JANET JONES: No you’re not. You sound like a computer with broken english.

JANET JONES: I am not a computer. So, women sound like computers? Funny.

SCOTT EDWARDS: Now I am slowly getting confused, Computer with a female mind or a female on the computer?

SCOTT EDWARDS: I think you’re the confused computer in this conversation!

JAGDEEP SINGH: Well, that’s fair enough. We are all confused. And I do not know you very well. With knowledge comes understanding.

SAAD KHAN: That’s very philosophical. Would you say that too much power has harmed Blair?

JAGDEEP SINGH: You’re getting confused again.

JANET JONES: I think you are the one who is confused.