In the 1970s, three Rastafarians on the Caribbean Island of Dominica were unjustly imprisoned for their spiritual beliefs during the period of the infamous “Dread Act” (1974-1981). After a daring escape, their lives took different directions. One became a lawyer to fight injustice. Another fled to the hills to evade the trappings of modernity. The third, once condemned to death by hanging, repatriated to Africa. What were they seeking? What did they find?