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  • Asintado
    In the middle of the preparation for Taong Putik Festival, a young man penniless and in love, takes on a drug courier job that goes terribly wrong. To save him, his mother now makes the most difficult decision of her life.
  • The Janitor
    On July 16, 2013, a small savings bank in San Pedro, Laguna was robbed. The robbers killed all ten employees of the bank while lying on the floor. Approximately P10 millions pesos was stolen. As the nation grapples with the shocking violence,...
  • Hustisya
    A foul-mouthed woman fights for her soul in the belly of the city. Working for a human trafficking agency controlled by a powerful syndicate, she sees no evil, hears no evil. In a society like ours, you have only two choices – to be a victim, or a...
  • #Y
    “#Y” (“Hashtag Y”) chronicles the adventures of the members of a generation made universal by the realms of social media, the internet, sex, drugs and alcohol, and the occasional YOLO.
  • Ronda
    A policewoman roams the city of Manila to fulfill her duties as a police patrol and to look for her lost son.
  • Children's Show
    Inspired by a tv documentary made by the same director, Children’s Show tells the story of children ages 13-15 being exploited by a powerful syndicate managing a betting game involving underground fighting. Al and Jun, two fraternal twin...
  • Bamboo Flowers
    Bamboo Flowers talks about the lives of the people in Bohol, about married life and single blessedness of young lovers and other strangers, about students’ aspirations and ambitions, about tourists who visit the province, about sons and daughters of...
  • Milkyboy
    Rey played a superhero character called ‘Milkyboy’ in a TV commercial for a milk brand in the 1980s. Fast forward 25 years and he is now working in a declining ad agency, with no bright future -- nor love life -- to speak of. It also seems that he...
  • Ang Tala
    Ang Tala chronicles ordinary events in the life of a little girl until it is tragically cut short by a debilitating disease. Despite her untimely death, she will be shown to have lived her life fully because she has lived it according to her own...

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