Amor y Muerte

Amor y Muerte

An erotic 16th Century period drama, the film examines the initial encounter between the Indios (natives) and their colonizers (Spaniards) and their conflicting views on love, passion, religion and sexuality.

Ces M. Evangelista
Main Cast: 

Althea Vega (Amor); Markki Stroem (Diego); Adrian Sebastian (Apitong); Kuya Manzano (Fray Santiago); Amable Quiambao (Soledad); Mico Palanca (Simon Mondragon); RS Francisco (Sastre); Moises Magisa (Felipe); Lotlot Bustamante (Maria); Chndy Rogel (Antonia)


Director - Cesar Minguez Evangelista
Post-Production In-Charge - John Tan
Sound Engineer - Allen Roy Santos, Albert Michael
Idioma - Sound Supervisor
Musical Scorer - Toni Muñoz
Director of Photography/Editor - Gilbert Obispo
Production Designer - Benjamin H. Payumo
Story/Screenwriter - Jerry B. Gracio
Production & Location Manager - Maxie Cuangco Evangelista III
Supervising Producer - Domingo Almoete
Line Producer/Associate Director - Armando A. Reyes
Executive Producers - Melissa Alota Geling,Engr. & Mrs. Fred Pangilinan,Ruby Galang/ ATG Entertainment Production

Ces M. Evangelista

Cesar has had a checkered career as magazine editor, talent manager, and filmmaker but teaching was something that he has never totally abandonedor ever would. To this day, he teaches at the Department of Fine Arts in EARIST. And yes, the love for teaching can only be equaled by his fascination with motion pictures. In the very late ‘90s producer Mother Lily Monteverde tapped him to make movies for Regal Films. Unlike other filmmakers who took formal lessons, Evangelista ventured into the medium raw and armed only with everything that he has heard, read, watched, observed, experienced, and appreciated in life. That was to be the first phase of his career as a filmmaker. More than a decade later comes Amor Y Muerte (Love & Death). Others may label it a comeback of sorts but Evangelista, a perennial student of life, prefers to call it the next phase of his evolving, ever-changing, journey through life and the arts.




4 years 8 months ago by Al Vincent Fernandez

sa umpisa ay maayos ang pagkakagawa. ngunit pagdating ng eksena kung saan tumakbo si amor para puntahan si apitong doon na magsisimula ang katatawanan. matatawa ka dahil sa pagkakagawa ng pelikula. maganda sana ang pelikula kung maayos lang sana ang pagkakagawa kaya tingin ko director talaga ang may pagkakamali at hindi ang scrip. nasayang lang ang magandang performance na binigay ng mga actor (pwera na lang kay adrian sebastian, hindi gaanong maganda ang pinakita niyang pag arte). isa na rin siguro sa dahilan kung bakit hindi ko nagustuhan ang pelikula y dahil katatapos ko lang mapanood ang napakagandang pelikula na TRANSIT.


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