To cope with the harsh realities of life, sometimes it is necessary to live in a world of illusions. But what happens when volatilized illusions? This question aims to meet eight of the Montreal Canadians, who juggled in the ’70s with freedom and tradition, lovers and family, drug use and abstinence, famous and anonymous, eventually being forced to make wise choices in -a era when excess was the basic rule, and disco was queen in North America. For someone who intended to be noticed or to meet celebrities, Limelight disco in Montreal was the right place, a kind of epicenter of mad passion for payment and Donna Summer shoes or Grace Jones. Disco phenomenon has changed the face of music and fashion and ushered in a lifestyle characterized by pure freedom.