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Judgement Day – A Review

 

‘Judgement Day’ review: Remnants of colonization dismantled

by Keryn Nelson – Plum Season Blog

A FILM SET IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, JUDGEMENT DAY DOCUMENTS A MOMENTOUS VICTORY FOR THE LGBTQIA COMMUNITY.

 

Judgement Day is a short but sweet symphony whereby a personal story and a tale of global impact strike the perfect harmonic chords.  The 13-minute long documentary chronicles the events of April 12, 2018, the day Trinidad saw a historic high court ruling in a case between Jason Jones versus the State…

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