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In a Kingston where every night you compete for the attention of young women with world famous athletes, reggae superstars and millionaire businessmen, a young promoter named Indie battles with traumatic issues from the past while trying to stay afloat in the choking social atmosphere of endless parties and casual hookups. As he falls deeper into a growing malaise, he meets a girl who seems to be his only salvation out of the Kingston fishbowl. Or is she? Kingston Nights takes us into a dark, edgy modern day Kingston far removed from quaint beaches, all-inclusive hotels and countryside hideaways.


 A young man finds himself in ragingly cosmopolitan Tokyo, haunted by memories of the past, facing an uncertain future.

When a typical twenty-something year old English teacher in Japan develops severe physical and psychological aversions to his daily routine in a small town, he decides to move to Tokyo with a few months worth of savings in search of more stimulating horizons. As his physical symptoms remain, and now hit with the demands that come with living in one of the world’s most expensive cities, he must take a fast track course in both survival and self-actualization from a host of characters including libidinous transients, self-proclaimed celebrities and kleptomaniac supermodels.  Armed with few skills in the face of an uncertain future, Naked As The Day takes us on an occasionally humorous and poignant journey of human choices and ultimately, their consequences.


Journey with three young Jamaicans as they immerse themselves in various elements of American city nightlife and experience love, loss, and question the meaning of it all.

Welcome to the social underbelly of Washington D.C, where we see shady parties in dark row houses with illicit sex happening in tiny rooms, statuesque model types snorting lines on marble side tables in million-dollar Georgetown condos and the occasional hookup in a grimy bathroom in one of many seedy bars on the Adams Morgan strip. Three young men—all coincidentally from Jamaica—find themselves together again in DC under different circumstances. Tony Edwards is dashingly handsome night owl who finds that his ability to attract women—and the subsequent circumstances that follow in a place like DC—expose him to more than just naked bodies and the occasional threesome. Winston is a hopeless romantic who finds his life spinning out of control after the re-emergence of an old girlfriend on the social scene. Bishop, an artist, tries to rationalize the death of someone close to him through a smattering of opiates, girls and his art. Sex, Drugs and Jerk Chicken takes us headfirst into a view of a version of American culture we don’t’ always see but have probably heard about; sex with strangers, heiresses who like boy toys, insecurity eclipsed by alcohol, all through the lens of life in a big city.

Posted June 20, 2013 by marcusbird

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