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making it available for instant streaming in the USA since yesterday. With tireless marketing by director Storm Saulter, Better Mus’ Come has been featured at some of the world’s top film festivals and has received numerous awards. It stars Sheldon Shepherd, a member of the dub poetry ensemble, No-Maddz, with fellow member, Everaldo Creary, as a supporting actor.
The movie unearths a little-known episode in Jamaica’s political history and does have violent scenes. Storm
Saulter is also a part of an innovative film collective called New Caribbean Cinema.