Fire In Babylon, an exciting feature documentary on West Indies cricket teams of the 1970s and the 80s, will release in India on September 21.
Directed by Stevan Riley, it is aimed at reviving the spirit of West Indies cricket that saw the Caribbeans, under the astute leadership of Clive Lloyd and Vivian Richards, dominate the game.
The movie recounts the West Indies' dominance through almost two decades, including events that led to their players becoming an all-conquering force and inspiring a generation still struggling to emerge from racial discrimination.
Some of the best-known cricketers from that era, including Richards, Michael Holding and Lloyd, tell the story from a West Indian perspective. The film uses vibrant, well-known music of Bob Marley, the Wailers, Gregory Isaacs, Faithless and Horace Andy.
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