Hush 3...Twisted Innocence:

Will they survive?
Set on the beautiful paradise island of Barbados, these two innocent, young girls, Mikisha and Claire have experienced everything in life but paradise. Raped and physically abused by their drug dealing father Morris, Mikisha, who is pregnant at the age of 15 and Claire motherless and brokenhearted since the age of 10, are both at the brink of emotional disaster, it's no wonder that horrible nightmares of abuse and past failures seek to hide true love and happiness from Mikisha and her son, Joshua.

Will they survive?
Is her boyfriend's (Troy) commitment to her and her son, enough to woo her back or will her new love Brent be able to get her off her confused path and back on the straight and narrow? Will she be able to her younger sister Claire whose twisted lifestyle suffocated and seeks to drain every ounce of life from her?

Is there happiness in paradise for these two innocent souls?

Will they survive?


The HUSH Series

The HUSH series is made up of three Barbadian movies produced in three years HUSH, HUSH 2- End The Silence, HUSH 3-Twisted Innocence.  HUSH had a 5 weeks run in the Barbadian cinema, HUSH 2 had an eight week run and HUSH 3 now in its 8th (eighth week)  may run for 11 weeks.
Step by Step Productions plans to launch the type of advertising that will activate every available channel for distribution of the films locally, regionally and beyond.

HUSH Series Successes:

  4. HUSH 1- People’s Choice AWARD (Atlanta- Kingdom Film Festival )


“Every now and again you come across a masterpiece. On this occasion for Hush 3: Twisted Innocence, you’d have to travel to Barbados for the third of this trilogy…  This is the finest feature film to be released from Barbados and is most likely to gain many awards.”

Stephen Hall UK Film Critic

"HUSH 2 Premiere gets standing ovation in Jamaica.  Look out Hollywood there is a new kid in town. It is the Barbadian film HUSH 2-End The Silence”

Jamaica Gleaner, Marcia Rowe

“I heartily support Marcia Weekes in her effort to professionalize the standards of production in Barbados’ growing film industry.  Her dedication to her craft, to continued learning and training of her participants is to be admired and supported.” 

Alison Sealy-Smith  (Barbadian film and television actress with an extensive career in film, television and theatre both in the US and Canada)

“They have a story to tell and are contributing to the development of the local film industry. They are developing a method of story- telling in the cinema that is rooted in the Caribbean, speaks to the Caribbean people and showcases the potential of Barbadian talent”

The Barbados Advocate

 “...The HUSH film makers are poised to achieve greater success because their film making culture captures the contemporary Barbados. Two films in two years is an enviable track record for local filmmakers who could learn important lessons from HUSH 2…”

Professor Gladstone Yearwood – Director of The Errol Barrow Center For Creative Imagination (UWI)