Mia, growing her dream of becoming an actor by working part-time at a bar, takes an opportunity to work as the voice of ‘Kimiko,’ a female superhero of Japanese animation. At one point, Mia, who is so infatuated with acting Kimiko’s voice, can jump between buildings, and gets a superpower to see the electricity. Mia acts strangely as she identifies herself with Kimmiko. Her friends and family treat her as an insane one, but her neighbor Kristof is the only one on her side. One day Mia finds out, that evil forces disguised as electricity are planning to cause a major blackout to threaten the Earth and humanity, just like in the animation. She hits the road with Kristof to save the Earth. Can Mia Save Humanity?
This film features fresh sensibilities and experimental images of Director Ziska RIEMANN, who works actively as a cartoonist and musician. (Jinhae Park)
Born in 1973 in Munich, Ziska Riemann is a film maker, comic book artist and musician. She published her first graphic novel at 17, making her the youngest comic artist in Germany. In addition, she ran the record label MerMer Records. Her debut feature Lollipop Monster, a dazzling teenage comic pop drama that gained more than 10 Mil clicks on YouTube, received awards at Berlinale and Karlovy Vary. Since then, she wrote and directed two feature films Electric Girl and Get Lucky as well as several short films.