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Director:

Sudz Sutherland (as David Sutherland)

Writer:

Sudz Sutherland (as David Sutherland)
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3 wins & 5 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

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K.C. Collins ... Kevin 'Jeddi' Barrows
Mark Taylor ... Mike 'Twist' Twistleton
Genelle Williams ... Monica
Shakura S'Aida Shakura S'Aida ... Karen Twistleton
Yanna McIntosh Yanna McIntosh ... Pat Barrows
Zainab Musa ... Constance Barrows
Quincy Nanatakyi Quincy Nanatakyi ... Sean
Suzanne Coy ... Marva
Mpho Koaho ... Paul 'Countryman' Blackhall
Clé Bennett ... Money
Whitney Turner Whitney Turner ... Eric D
Stephen O. Martin Stephen O. Martin ... Brotha #1 (as Steve Martin)
Jason Burke Jason Burke ... Brotha #2
Kristin Fairlie ... Kelly
Jazzmeyn Barnett Jazzmeyn Barnett ... Asia
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Genres:

Drama

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Official Sites:

CTV [Canada]

Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 June 2006 (Canada) See more »

Filming Locations:

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Pretty Gully, but overall falling short of expectations
12 June 2006 | by dk_martSee all my reviews

A pretty gripping story about the struggle of living in a Toronto hood called Jamestown, a place where drugs, violence, struggles, and Caribbean immigrants are strife.

the tales follows the story of a pair of friends who deal drugs together and live day to day, chasing women, drinking beers, and chopping drugs; one with aspirations of going clean and getting a job (Romeo from student bodies), and the other half-heartedly wants to step up his drug game in Missisauga, but would remain in Jamestown the rest of his life the movie is pretty anti-climactic, has a lot less clapping than you would expect, and overall seemed a little disappointing - but it was nice seeing something of a gritty inner-city thriller docudrama being made about Toronto

best character in the movie has to be Countryman played by Mpho Koaho, who plays the short-sighted, hair-brained G straight outa kingston


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