A young American couple crash-lands their plane in Jamaica. A fisherman rescues them and leads them away from the authorities, who have fabricated a story about the plane, involving drug and arms smuggling by the CIA, to gain popularity in an upcoming election.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Countryman ...
Himself
...
Bobby Lloyd
Carl Bradshaw ...
Capt. Benchley
Basil Keane ...
Colonel Sinclair
Freshey Richardson ...
Mosman
Kristina St. Clair ...
Beau Porter
Jahman ...
Himself
Papa Threecards ...
Sadu Baba
Munair Zacca ...
Periera
Dee Anthony ...
Mr. Porter
Ronnie McKay ...
Wax
Claudia Robinson ...
Woman in White
Ronald Gossop ...
Biker
Oliver Samuels ...
Pillion
Chin ...
Fish Vendor
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A young American couple crash-lands their plane in Jamaica. A fisherman rescues them and leads them away from the authorities, who have fabricated a story about the plane, involving drug and arms smuggling by the CIA, to gain popularity in an upcoming election.

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5 July 1982 (Denmark)  »

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Countryman - Verschollen im Dschungel  »

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Final film of model/actor Hiram Keller. See more »

Quotes

Beau Porter: How did you find me?
Countryman: I just look for you.
Beau Porter: But how?
Countryman: Guidance, sister, guidance.
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This film is dedicated to Bob Marley and the Wailers whose words and music inspired it. See more »

Soundtracks

Big Neck Police
Written by Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Performed by Lee 'Scratch' Perry (as Lee Perry) and The Upsetters
From "Ape-Ology"
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continuity is good, Jamaicans can relate to the real topics.
30 November 2002 | by (Las Vegas, NV, United States) – See all my reviews

The politics of the government coupled with the Rastafari is both amusing and interesting folklore (if you please). The acting did not appear fictitious, but native Jamaicans can relate to the rustic implications of obeah. I would love to own it personally.


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