In Season 1 of Shades Of Bad, Doris Shades becomes a woman scorned, who likes revenge served hot or cold, but sadly, others get involved and she accidentally becomes a serial killer, the type who will be head hunted for greater things.
The company is very proud of its full length feature films, and Bula Quo is no exception. Released by Universal and directed by Stuart St Paul, this fun family romp movie shot in the picturesque Fiji even after a clone, stars Status Quo's Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt along side Craig Fairbrass, Laura Aikman, Jean Heard and Matt Kennard. The villain is brilliant pitched by Saturday Night Live star Jon Lovitz.
Director Stuart St Paul still tours the world with this subject highly prioritised in his lectures. He was moved to make this film after seeing a UNICEF play in Michael Palin's tour or Eastern Europe and then researching news stories which inspired ideas for much of the script. The fact is this is still a topic that politicians talk about but have little vote credibility to inspire them to act. The quotes and figures are numerous and distressing. The subject has been raised again by the very intelligent documentaries by Ross Kemp on Sky 1, and the book Freight is due to be published in May 2016. Freight 2 has always been on the cards, it seems people need to be awakened again, and commercial films do take topics to an unsuspecting audience.