Diablesse or La Diablesse as it is known in the French territories of the Caribbean is a beautiful woman whose only flaw is that one of her legs is that of a donkey.
Diablesse the movie is a humorous take on Caribbean Folklore. This is a whimsical tale of a young man who finds himself trapped in a bizarre wedding ceremony with a she-devil…it becomes a race against time
to find him and save him before he says “I do”.
No Seed (2002)
“When you play Warri with God, you get no seed.” Antiguan Proverb. Grace Valentine is a woman struggling to keep her personal and professional life from crumbling while her colleagues conspire against her.
Set on the fictional island of St. Mark, No Seed explores the behind-the-scenes nuances of Caribbean politics. The film also highlights cultural mores, including the game of Warri, which is used metaphorically to underscore the faith of its characters.
The Sweetest Mango
“The Sweetest Mango,” Antigua’s first feature film is a romantic comedy that tells the story of Lovelyanne ‘Luv” Davies, who returns from Canada to Antigua and her struggles to adjust to life on a small island. It follows her professional turmoil and personal drama, including being caught in an unexpected love triangle.
No Seed and The Sweetest Mango are available on DVD for US$30.00 plus shipping to anywhere in the world.
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The Sweetest Mango is also available at Best of Books on St. Mary’s Street Box 433 St. John’s, Antigua – Tel: 268-562-3198 and at King Progress Music Shop at V.C. Bird International Airport Tel: 268- 462-9278