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After a turn of unfortunate events in Jamaica, Everton leaves his home to make it big in the music business in America. Everything is not a bed of roses in Hollywood, but with struggles and perseverance he finds love and success, only to have it all threatened when the Don of LA (Paul Campbell) wants his dues.Written by
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I had the pleasure of seeing this movie when it opened in New York. It was great to see Paul Campbell and Oliver Samuels in the same movie. The movie had a great story line and even better soundtrack. The film took me on a journey and it felt as if I was still in the Caribbean. I laughed, cried (when little Everton's mother died), and even was scared (Paul Campbell is a true badman!).
My hope is that people support independent films and especially this one. Much luck and success to the producers of this film. If anyone can tell me, when is the soundtrack going to be available? I loved the music in the film and NEED the soundtrack!!!
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