Powerful Drama Set In Paramin Opens TT Film Festival

Repeating Islands


Play the Devil – a powerful, coming of age drama, set in the high altitude of Trinidad’s rural Paramin,  will open the 11th edition of the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff), at the Central Bank Auditorium, on 20 September, 2016.

Making its Trinidad + Tobago premiere, the film which debuted at the Los Angeles Film Festival in June, to rave reviews, will also be screened at MovieTowne Port of Spain, as part of the Festival’s programme of films from 21 – 27 September.

Locally produced, Play the Devil tells a universal story of self denial and dysfunctional power dynamics within individuals, families and the wider society. Feeling the pressure to achieve what no one else in his family has managed to –  excel at high school, win a scholarship to study abroad, become a doctor, rise beyond his humble beginnings and most importantly, make his grandmother proud – there’s…

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