In an exclusive note given to Kreyolicious.com, it has been revealed that the long wait for the DVD version of Pluie D’espoir is nearing its end. The DVD’s release is slated for November of this year! Let’s not forget that Pluie D’espoir was initially shown in movie theaters in Haiti in 2005, and had a showing at a couple of festivals in the USA, most notably the Fort Lauderdale Film Festival. But the fact that the movie was bootlegged and sold in some stores in communities like Boston, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and New York, put a real damper on the hopes of filmmaker and screenwriter Jacques Roc.
Roc promises to reward fans for waiting for the official version. The film will come with Dolby sound, and there will be about a dozen scenes that were, of course, not part of the pirated DVD version, in addition to other extras.
Roc’s next project is a film called Emilia.
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