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A Caribbean Dream

A Caribbean Dream
A Caribbean Dream




80 minutes


Comedy, Romance, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Set on the Caribbean island of Barbados during its annual Crop Over festival, the film tells the story of the events surrounding the return of Theseus and Hippolyta and their impending wedding. Beset by a full moon and mischievous fairies, the wedding plans soon go awry as the film places a unique Caribbean twist on the traditional tale. Chaos, magic and love ensues in this modern re-telling of Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' that explores themes of love, multi-cultural relationships, magic, fantasy and Caribbean folklore.

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Mild sex references.

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