Refreshing, liberated and sexy, Trouble Magazine, Australia
This is London in the heady nineties. Claudia, an aspiring painter, drops out of college and squats a freezing cold studio in the East End of London. She is joined by beautiful Paloma and a statuesque lesbian Q who has never quite given up on the idea of seducing Claudia.
From their diet of tinned sardines and apples, to their night-time escapades in which they film each other on the roof wearing nothing but silver angel wings and roller skates, Kiss the Sky chronicles the humorous coming of age quest for creativity, independence and sexual freedom while living like artists on next to nothing.
Soon Claudia and her friends are sucked into the maelstrom of the dance music revolution taking over the capital. Although this peaceful movement is violently opposed by the authorities, they immerse themselves with infectious enthusiasm.
But of course life is not all just play and parties and their naive idealism soon gets them into deep trouble. When the girls are evicted from the studios after organising an illegal rave, Claudia finds herself increasingly on her own and even homeless…
Will Claudia and her friends be able to escape the matrix and stay on their un-prescribed path in the face of real life challenges and adversity?
Escape with Kiss the Sky into various parts of bohemian London, in search of an alternative, non materialistic way of life!