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Photo by Petr Kratochvil

Bajans in Motion has released sequel, NEXT PAYDAY, one year after shooting their first film, PAYDAY. Scriptwriter, Shakirah M. Bourne, wrote the first PAYDAY film in six months. Film Director, Selwyn Browne requested for that script to be set in an easy-to-shoot location, inexpensive to make and funny.

PAYDAY spent thirteen weeks at the Olympus Theatres. The film was also the recipient of Best Script, Best Lead Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Full Length Film at the inaugural Barbados Film and Video Awards in 2014.

This time around, Romie and Pack return to their fans with a host of new Barbadian actors and a brand new story.

Romie and Pack miss the deadline to pay the balance of the installment for the garage due to the government taxes and other challenges. Gus, the garage owner, gives the property to a local church, which wants the space for its new fellowship hall.

Trailer released Sunday 30 November 2014: Or Press Play.

Enjoying life in the sun…