Vigilante: The Crossing Movie Trailer (Barbados)

Watch the Official Movie Trailer for “Vigilante: The Crossing” -an edgy new #Barbadian film, by internationally acclaimed Step By Step Productions, the creators of the popular “Hush” movies and the award-winning “Chrissy”

The trailer (advising a PG13 with some mature material to come) for this action drama hooks you – its brief bytes capturing very real societal and racial tensions living under the surface in #Barbados. Also fantastic to see is a great cast with internationally acclaimed actors like our own Alison Sealy-Smith, Caribbean veterans like Patrick Foster and relative newcomers to the Bajan filmscape like the star Kirk Brown as well as Malissa Alanna, Levi King and Adrian Green.

Written/ Directed by: Marcia Weekes

Brief Synopsis  

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.

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