Fire Horse. A story about holding onto the past. It is about recognising that change is not always good. Society is moving so fast, sometimes we need to take a step back and look at the ... See full summary »
A rasta musician meets a gospel singer when they both enter a music contest in Kingston Jamaic. They fall for each other but are kept apart by the Girl's father the Pastor, who wants her to marry into the church.
Like You Never
Written by Ty Ben Chijoke (as Chijoke), Horley
Published by Full Thought Publishing & Westbury Music Ltd of behalf of Drew Word Music
Performed by Ty Ben Chijoke (as Ty)
Licensed courtesy of Tru Thoughts Ltd See more »
This movie had potential to be good,but it was extremely difficult to understand the strong accents. There was a lot of mumbling so I didn't even know what was being said in conversations. There is no point watching a movie when half the time you cant understand the actors. I have seen movies with accents before, but these people weren't even talking clearly. I didn't like the ending,it was confusing.Like, was the couple still married? Did the family know about this miracle baby? Did the baby make that dead bird come alive, hinting that the baby had some type of power? Overall,There should have been subtitles or something. I think the lead actress could have played a more emotional role instead of her blank face. It was hard to tell what she was thinking because she was expression-less!
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