Barbados: Blue Waters, 2007. First printing. DVD. New. Item #153876
"The film tells the story of a cricketer hit by match-fixing allegations. Against the odds he wins back his place in the national team with the love and support of his various girlfriends. Directed by Alison Saunders-Franklyn, a public relations consultant turned film-maker, the movie hypes itself as a pot pourri of "cricket, love and scandal". The film - which cost US $770,000 (£384,600) - is the most expensive one to be made on this affluent island, home to some 280,000 people, many of whom are hooked on Hollywood hits playing at two multi-screen theatres..." BBC News.