A new Caribbean movie titled VIGILANTE – The Crossing shows in Toronto on Father’s Day Weekend



VIGILANTE – The Crossing, a new film which explores the racial and social barriers of the peoples of a Caribbean island,  will screen for the first time in Canada at  Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave, Toronto on Saturday, June 20 at 8 p.m. and Sunday June 21 at 4 p.m., 2015!

Admission is $15 for adults and $10 for teenagers. For tickets, please call 416- 299-6853 or 647-708-4141.
 PLOT SUMMARY : Dexter Gooding (Kirk Brown), an ex-convict, deported from the US returns to his homeland to find his beloved community Bakers Village engulfed in crime. The police are out-gunned and out-numbered. Rape, murder and robbery plague his once beautiful paradise. Armed with guilt of past crimes and a genuine passion for his birthplace, Dexter takes on the mission of Vigilante. In true Robin Hood style, Dexter mercilessly seeks to eradicate Bakers Village of all criminals. Its on this very ruthless path, he meets Amy (Malissa Alana), a white Barbadian woman, who is on a similar mission and their worlds collide. Black and white, rich and poor, upper and lower class, and as the their paths cross…the historical cap of racial, class and social prejudice, violently erupts and suddenly threatens the mission. Love, hate, passion, guilt and prejudice all meet head on and Dexter and his beloved Bakers Village are now at a Crossroad.

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