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The series explores the intricate dynamics of religious fanaticism and patriarchy, as seen through the eyes of Dawn, the innocent and devout daughter of a tyrannical cult leader. Compelled by the chilling revelation of her father's transgressions with the women in the cult, Dawn’s once idyllic life takes a drastic turn. After receiving a foreboding prophecy from the Virgin Mary, she is convinced she’s been divinely ordained to protect the cult from evil. Her determination culminates in the assassination of her father, whom she believes has been possessed by the devil. As the newly annotated leader, Dawn is certain the apocalypse is near, and she leads an all-female army into battle against the looming forces of evil.


The rising number of allegations of violence against women in faith-based cults is profoundly troubling. Concealed behind the pretext of divine purpose, these perpetrate abuse, exploitation, and degradation of women. Girls who are born and raised within this oppressive patriarchal system, isolated from the outside world, face significant challenges in breaking free from its grasp.




The aesthetic of the series is inspired by the "Christ of the Miracles" – a centuries-old Catholic tradition from my hometown in Peru. Having continued uninterruptedly for over 333 years, it stands as one of the world's oldest religious processions.


In our series, Latina characters draw inspiration from the "Sahumadoras" of Peru's religious processions. Dressed in purple robes and white veils, these women carry incense in braziers, using its aromatic smoke to ward off evil. Their haunting songs and emotional wails set the tone as they lead the processions.


Infusing the story with elements of magical realism, the narrative weaves in South American mythologies, underscoring the deep-rooted influence of South American folklore in North America.


"Prayers for Dawn" gives voice to the often-invisible perspectives of women in their 40’s, particularly women of color. By emphasizing the vibrancy of Latino aesthetics, the series offers a detailed portrayal of the diverse Latino immigrants in North America.


Despite Latinos making up a significant portion of North America's population — with sixty million in the US and a surging population in Canada — Latina artists are massively underrepresented in the media. As Latino artists, we are committed to narrowing this representation gap.

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