PAYDAY HAS BEEN EXTENDED AT OLYMPUS THEATRES, SHERATON MALL

Local cinema screening of the Barbadian movie, PAYDAY, has been extended for two weeks at the Olympus Theatres.

Director of the film, Selwyne Browne confirmed due to the overwhelming response to the Bajan comedy-drama at local box-offices this is the second time the film would be extended.

Director of the film, Selwyne Browne confirmed due to the overwhelming response to the Bajan comedy-drama at local box-offices this is the second time the film would be extended.

Expressing delight with this decision, he said, “PAYDAY has been doing really well at home and abroad. I am really happy to see how people have been appreciating the hard work that was put in by our dedicated team. We delivered an unapologetic Bajan comedy and we got a tremendous response from not only the Barbadian public but also audience in Trinidad and Toronto, Canada.”

Mr. Browne explained the film was about the adventures of an aspiring mechanic and ladies' man, Romie, and his brutally honest best friend, Pack.

Mr. Browne explained the film was about the adventures of an aspiring mechanic and ladies’ man, Romie, and his brutally honest best friend, Pack.

“They are trying to quit their boring jobs as security guards and open a mechanic shop, but the simple task of making a down-payment becomes complicated when the consequences of their choices and relationships get in the way,” he said.

The film director encouraged the public to watch the film as he believed that audience support was critical to the development of a local film industry.

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