With dreams of becoming a successful Reggae singer, a young Jamaican man finds corruption from his record producers and the drug pushers they’re connected to. Rather than fail his dreams Ivan lets nothing stand in his way, not even the law.
Daniel Jos. Leary
User Reviews: This film is a perfect example of the Jamican city struggle, this film is a real depiction of Jamaican people. Technically it is poorly shot and edited, but if you can look past these issues you will have a greater understanding of Jamaican people, the struggles faced and a realization of how the ghettos developed. I lived in Kingston Jamaica in the 80s as a youth, through innocents I loved every part of Jamaica the music, food, people, beaches and weather but not the history or politics which a later learned more about. Jamaica has developed a society through mislead innocents of the youth, selfish politicians who cared for money and power created what Jamaica is today. Imagine coming in from the country as so many did in the 60’s & 70’s and learning the only work you could find was selling drugs or robbing, Oh no you wouldn’t do that? but when a human being begins to starve they will do almost anything to survive it is instinct. This movie is about exactly that survivalist instinct and tendencies.