Out of Many



synopsis

Jamaica is a place like many others in contemporary society: divided. The social disparity is pervasive; a strong source of bitter conflict. Asha, a teenage girl from a politically involved and influential family within Jamaica, enjoys a life far removed from any harsh reality. Asha's privileged bubble pops however, when she and her driver come across the dead body of a local street cleaner. To her, the body represents a side of Jamaica that she only sees through the skewed lens of media. Slowly but surely, Asha's world view begins to unwind as she is thrust into deep introspection.

cast

Alex Gregory

directed by

Rebecca Williams

director's bio

Rebecca Williams, a Spanish Town native, is a final year student in Savannah College of Art and Design's film and television production program.

screenwriter

Rebecca Williams

producer

Storm Saulter, Darren Tennet

runtime

15 minutes

country

Jamaica

category

Short Narrative

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