Set in the Kingston ghetto, this 1997 reggae crime musical is reportedly the highest grossing movie in Jamaican history and the first to be shot on digital video. Its heroine, a street vendor and single mother, comes into her own after entering a dance-hall contest in hopes of keeping various thugs and potential protectors from controlling her life. The narrative isn?t especially gripping, and the film lacks the drive and momentum of The Harder They Come, but there’s plenty of local color; the Jamaican accents are charming even when you can’t follow the dialogue entirely, and the dance-hall costumes, though poorly served at times by MTV cutting, certainly glitter.