Fire Burn Babylon
A Rasta Journey

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Hedy

Life in Montserrat, before, felt kind of like in a Paradise. The film shows what can happen, sometimes, when people have difficulty coping in a different society and lifestyle. These characters are not Rastas, because Rasta is a livity different from how they were living in U.K. It also ...Read more

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