“Out of many, one people” is Jamaica’s national motto. And out of eight short films this one feature-length film about life in modern-day Jamaica, made by the New Caribbean Cinema filmmakers’ collective, was born. Moving from the majestic Blue Mountains to the gritty ghetto to the stunning north coast, and spinning stories funny, suspenseful, thrilling and poignant, this is a cinematic mosaic as diverse and complex as the island that inspired it.
Feature (80mins) Drama | Jamaica
New Caribbean Cinema
Winston 'Bello' Bell, Karen Harriott, Volier Johnson, Roger Guenveur Smith, Chris Hutchinson, Raquel Jones, Ricardo Orgill, Sheldon Shepherd, Oneil Peart