This is not your typical Jamaican movie, Home Again takes you into the soul of Jamaica.
After spending most of their lives in different countries, three individuals from different cities are deported back to Jamaica, a place they haven’t lived since they were babies.
Home Again doesn’t pull any punches, and this drama goes to every extreme to illustrate just how challenging their struggle is. The characters deal with drug addiction, sexual assault, gang violence, homelessness.
This move is intense. However, there are moments that make it worth the trip: a quiet critique of resort culture; stylish sneak peeks into the dancehall reggae scene; and a moment of respite within a Rastafarian retreat.