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“Better Mus Come” a Jamaican movie that covers the turbulent era of political violence in the late 70s will have its NYC premiere Thursday, February 16th at Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade theater at 7pm.

The movie tells the story of a gang leader in Jamaica with ties to a political party and his struggle raising a child. It stars American actor Roger Guenveur Smith (“Malcolm X”, “Do The Right Thing)” and Jamaican newcomers Sheldon Sheperd and Nicole ‘Sky’ Grey.

Long time Caribbean radio host from WBLS, Dahved Levy will host and there will be a Q&A with director, Storm Saulter following the movie.

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