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You ever get a WINE that give you TABANCA??? We’ve partnered with Caribbean Tales TV to bring you Caribbean movie reviews every, single month! Just in time for Carnival season, here is my review of Karen Martinez’ film After Mas!

You ever get a WINE that give you TABANCA??? We’ve partnered with Caribbean Tales TV to bring you Caribbean movie reviews every, single month! Just in time for Carnival season, here is my review of Karen Martinez’ film After Mas!

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Karen Martinez | Trinidad & Tobago | 20 mins | Short Film | 2013 | English

AFTER MAS is a new short film from London-based Trinidadian filmmaker Karen Martinez. It tells the story of a love that flourishes under the cover of darkness during the festival of J’ouvert on the streets of Port-of-Spain.Shot in Trinidad in February 2013 during Carnival, we experience the charge of this bacchanalian drama before following the characters return to their separate lives. In the cold light of day, can these young lovers from very different backgrounds stay true to their desires?

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