Poor people get ripped off every day, and nothing is ever done about it. This low-budget film from the early eighties portrays a handful of Reggae studio musicians who take on the local Kingston version of organized crime who supplement their ill-gotten gains by stealing what little belongings the local poor folks have. The musicians decide they too can play that game, emptying the bad guy's warehouses full of stolen property and re-distributing it all by leaving refrigerators, microwaves, stereo systems, bikes, motorbikes, lazy-boy recliners, and what have you, along the streets of Trenchtown and Shantytown in sort of a "Christmas Morning" give away. After having seen the movie several times in theaters in the eighties, I jumped at the chance to own it when it was remastered for Blu-ray. The sound track alone makes this flick well worth owning. A fun movie that didn't cost a lot to make--don't expect any mind-blowing special effects, though--there aren't any.