BARBADIAN COMEDY ‘NEXT PAYDAY’ PREVIEWS AT SEA ROCKS DOME
Local film-makers Bajans In Motion will soon include TV productions apart from cinematic forays.
Admitting there was an original goal of 3 films per year, Redman explained the backlog was due to the sequel being more labor intensive than the first, proof being the amount of cast and crew listed in their end credits. He added this film and its predecessor were made out of personal pocket, with limited sponsorship almost at end of filming. The Co-Executive Producer urged guests to spread the word how investing and branding are immediately available to help defray costs.
Without giving away the ending, the wayward heroes Romie and Pack failed to reach the deadline to pay the balance of the money on the land set aside for the garage due to government taxes and other regulations.
The owner, Gus, gives the property to a local church, which wants the space for its new fellowship hall. Romie goes to the Pastor to beg him to sell the property only to find out that the Pastor is the uncle of now heavily pregnant Latisha, and he’s willing to sell it back on the proviso he marries Latisha.
Romie then schemes to join the congregation and charm the Pastor into selling the property, but complications arise when Pack falls head over heels for a choir girl and even stops hitting weed.
Meanwhile, an ambitious stranger tries to take over same church, this as the community’s raging love for chicken wings sparks illegal poultry operations with hilarious complications.
“Next PayDay,” will officially open at the Olympus Theatres in Sheraton Mall on Wednesday. The first “PayDay” ran for an unprecedented 13 weeks, no other local film has beaten this record. Tee shirts, DVD’s and other memorabilia will available for avid viewers of the popular film series on the night of the official launch.