It is the story that permeates the whole developing world: the best and brightest of their young citizens enrol in colleges across North America and Europe, and most of them do not return to their homelands. Gavin Hutchinson was one of the few who did.
In 2006, the then 23-year-old was adamant about returning to the land of his birth, despite acquiring permanent residency status in the United States during his tenure at a Florida University. “It was my duty to give the energy of my youth to Jamaica,” said Hutchinson, and that was exactly what he did. Half a decade later, he has a very compelling story to share with anyone willing to listen, or anyone willing to read.
Better MusÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ ComeÃ‚ was produced by award-winning filmmaker Paul Bucknor (The Full Monty), and is the debut film of writer/director Storm Saulter. The film has a sizzling original score and all Jamaican lead cast, with an electrifying cameo appearance by Roger Guenveur Smith (Malcolm X, Do the Right Thing, American Gangster) as Prime Minister, delivering the political speech that ended with the promise,Ã‚ Better Mus Come, reflecting his partyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s commitment to greater social justice and equality for all Jamaicans.
Better MusÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ ComeÃ‚ is a coming of age drama set in JamaicaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s turbulent 1970s, against the backdrop of the Cold War, a national water crisis, an energy crisis, corruption, and numerous murder scandals that gave birth to the polarized violence gripping the streets of Kingston both then and now.
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