The first Jamaican narrative feature directed by a woman.
Rocksy, a small-time hustler, journeys into chaos stealing a car while his girlfriend Rosie hangs a watercolor painting in their modest room and dreams of peace. The fight for their dreams and aspirations forces them to commit a crime that changes their lives forever. Shot on the streets of Kingston, where poverty, beauty and desperation collide, this Jamaican story transcends its island locale to become a universal story of people whose hardships seems to trap them in a life where reckless acts appear the only road to an elusive better life.
Pan African Film Festival, Los Angeles
Best Diaspora Feature
Africa Movie Academy Awards
Audience Award Best Feature Narrative
Caribbeantales, International Film Festival