Synopsis: In an off-beat nuanced film, Rocksy, a small-time hustler, journeys into chaos to steal a car while his lady friend Rosie hangs a watercolor painting in their modest room and dreams of peace. The fight to survive their broken 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 poverty seems to trap them in a life where reckless acts appear the only road to an elusive better life.
Starring: Christopher Daley, Camille Small, Greggory Nelson
Directed by: Mary Wells
Written by: Mary Wells
Produced by Frances-Anne Solomon
2014 AMAA Best Film by an African Filmmaker in Diapsora Award at the African Movie Academy Awards
2014 Festival Programmer’s Award for Narrative Feature at the Los Angeles Pan African Film Festival