"Equal parts travelogue and political critique . . . with an ultra-laid-back 'Me Decade' vibe." -- VARIETY
After his landmark 1973 hit THE HARDER THEY COME, Jamaican filmmaker Perry Henzell embarked on an equally ambitious second feature that has gone unreleased until now! As a self-involved New York film crew makes a cheesy shampoo commercial in the Caribbean, the production’s lead actress (P.J. Soles, CARRIE)) abruptly splits. When the shoot’s producer heads to Kingston in search of her, a local taxi driver (regional acting hero Carl Bradshaw) leads them on a politically conscious, reggae-infused journey into the very soul of Jamaica. Watch for appearances by Grace Jones and reggae star Countryman!