“Children of God” award winning movie, Gay Cinema from Bahamas, at the VIP Cinema of Olympus Theatres

CHILDREN OF GOD is a moving, thought-provoking, funny and brilliantly poetic love story. Set in the idyllic world of the Bahamas, a blocker painter (Johnny Ferro) searches for inspiration for his painting but instead finds inspiration in the arms of another lost soul (Stephen Tyrone Williams).

“By Popular demand”: The background has changed but the show goes on. Every last Monday of the month, we are showcasing a Caribbean Film at the VIP Cinema of Olympus Theatres. The screening on Monday October 31, 2011, will show case the award winning film and audience favourite of CaribbeanTales Film Festival Barbados 2011

Director Kareem Mortimer has set this beautiful story in an island paradise. But the characters he has created keep finding ways to keep paradise from coming true for them. The acting in this movie is revelatory.

All of the performances are top notch, especially those by Johnny Ferro, Stephen Tyrone Williams and Margaret Laurena Kemp. This movie is a work of art that should be seen by everyone.

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