Better Mus Come official trailer (7/9)

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In the gripping drama “Better Mus’ Come” (2010), directed by Storm Saulter, we are transported to the tumultuous and politically charged atmosphere of 1970s Jamaica, where the lives of ordinary citizens are caught in the crossfire of political violence.

The film follows the journey of a young man caught in the midst of political unrest and social upheaval. As the country is gripped by political tension and civil unrest, he finds himself torn between two worlds – the allure of the violent political movement and the desire for a peaceful and stable life for himself and his family.

Set against the backdrop of real historical events, the movie explores the consequences of political violence on the lives of ordinary Jamaicans. The characters grapple with the harsh realities of survival in a society plagued by unrest and oppression.

As the young man becomes entangled in the dangerous world of politics, he must make difficult choices that will have profound and far-reaching implications. Through his personal journey, the film sheds light on the human cost of political conflict and the impact it has on families and communities.

With powerful performances and a compelling narrative, “Better Mus’ Come” delves deep into the emotional and psychological toll of living in a society torn apart by political violence. It explores themes of hope, resilience, and the pursuit of a better future, even in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges.

The film serves as a poignant reminder of Jamaica’s turbulent past and the sacrifices made by its people in their quest for freedom and justice. “Better Mus’ Come” offers a gripping and thought-provoking portrayal of a crucial period in Jamaica’s history, making it an essential watch for those seeking a deeper understanding of the social and political dynamics that have shaped the nation.


Written by DailyCaribbean

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