Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Bahamas first movie, big budget remake. The global impact of the Bahamian film market.

Who will make the cast of the big budget remake of the Bahamas first movie, "Paradise Intrigue''

Before entering the movie business Jefford Curre' held what was considered to be perhaps the world's most dangerous job. For five tumultuous years he lived committed under "Bond style" conditions working the outer limits of the Bahamas as an English trained direct entry specialist, attached to the Royal Bahamas Defense Force. He Operated beyond the call of duty while managing multi-million dollar temptations in an environment that attracted some of the world's most beautiful women and deadliest of real life villains. In five and a half years Jefford Curre' racked up 37 successful highly classified missions to his credit. Trading on his reputation as a well liked no nonsense professional in the Royal Bahamas Defense Force, he successfully made an unconventional transition that enabled him to engineer the start of the Bahamas Film Industry. With the help of visionary resort operators, he established the Paradise Island base Megavision Pictures Ltd. (Bahamas first movie company) and kick-started the launch of the Bahamas first movie "Paradise Intrigue". As Megavision Pictures reloads for the much talked about big budget remake of "Paradise Intrigue", the original indigenous feature has made its way among the most creative classics of all time. In a world over run by sophisticated money launderers, murderous drug criminals and disgruntle weapons experts, Jefford's "Bond style" image takes an unconventional twist as he leads a crusade of courage, respect and rugged professionalism to save a peaceful playground from total destruction.

As "Paradise Intrigue" repositions itself for a global release, there may very well be a major change in characters, above and below the board. Critics express that new faces into the big budget game plan could add to the already excellent marketing edge the film has over its competition. The greatest concern is to plan against fallout in its indigenous interpretation or cultural value. It's the making of this Bahamas flagship movie, or perhaps the principles of the story itself that gives this project a rare distinction. You must understand the whole story or see the bigger picture of the obstacles that had to be overcome in order to make this project a reality. It's only then that you'll understand why Jefford Curre' is called the Bahamas leading man of action. Most important, you'll realize why he is such a huge inspiration to so many around the world who struggle to make impossible dreams come true.

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