Mohammed is a novelist and writer of short stories, he co-wrote “Sun over closed windows” a series of short stories and poems from 25 young Libyan writers. His interest in writing short comic stories began in 2018. The idea of “Selling Dreams” is inspired by his novel “Berry Leaves”.
Aymen is a Libyan artist who describes himself as a guy with the wrong haircut and a bad sense of fashion and humour. As a self-taught comic book artist, Aymen has already established an animated series on Libyan TV Hakatha Koona ("This is how we were") and gained acclaim for his unique and diverse style.
In a popular neighbourhood in Tripoli, Libya - A struggling author, crippled by writer's block, and looking for fame, encounters a man who claims to be a seller of dreams.
As he falls under the sway of this mysterious merchant's incredible stories, he finds himself drawn into a mind-bending underworld of crime, psychosis and murder.
But the merchant does not sell stories for money, but something precious to them. What does the merchant want from the writer? Will the writer uncover the merchants' tricks? Who is the merchant?