Gabrielle Walcott’s Sexy Beach Scene in Backlash


I pulled the grainy clip above from the DVD movie, Backlash. The scene shows former Miss Trinidad and Tobago World,  Gabrielle Walcott‘s brief and nearly wordless, but  yet hot and sexy bikini scene in the 2006 movie, Backlash which was filmed in Trinidad and Tobago.  She plays the one minute role of a nameless, Maracas Bay waitress retrieving Carib bottles from a couple who I edited out of the scene for clarity purposes. This movie can be classified as action and because of the string bikini waitress at Maracas Bay, a fantasy.

Yes, Backlash is a very, very, low-budget, B-movie featuring many scenic locations in Trinidad including Maracas Bay, St. James and bikini-clad women in carnival costumes. Naturally, this movie did not get any nominations but it might have been considered for aka_lol’s now infamous Best String Bikini on Maracas Bay Scene. Backlash is available on DVD through Amazon.com and features some good extras such as an interview with Machel MontanoMachel: The Man & His Music and also a Machel Montano music video.

I haven’t seen the whole movie yet and I was just skimming through for those sexy scenes that Trinidad and Tobago is famous for.  The movie is exciting for those who are into female cat-fighting as there is some pointless, female breast-grabbing during one of the fight scenes. Backlash is rated R for bikinis, fighting, some fuzzy nudity and yes, the one-second grabbing scene that is now so common in those cheap kung fu flicks struggling to get some attention.

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