In light of the recent sad events in the Philippines, we thought that an uplifting film highlighting the boundless Filipino spirit and good humor would be appropriate this week. Please visit our website for information on where you can help the relief efforts.
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Center for Korean Studies Auditorium at 6:30 PM
Philippines (2009, 110 min)
Tagalog w/English subtitles
Director: Eric Quizon
Story/Screenplay: Eric Quizon and Bibeth Orteza
Cast: Dolphy (Juan), Eddie Garcia (Tu), Gloria Romero (Aida), Pokwang (Lolay)
Eugene Domingo (Julie), Eric Quizon (Waldo), Vandolph (young Tu), Epi Quizon (young Juan), Heart Evangelista (young Aida), G. Toengi (Jane), Joe Vincent Aldeguer (as himself), Willie Revillame (as himself)
The heart-warming “Nobody, nobody but Juan” tells the story of Juan (Dolphy), a senior citizen who lives in care home in the U.S run by his son and daughter-in-law. Juan loves watching Wowowee, an entertainment show on The Filipino Channel to cope with homesickness and relive his past. When Wowowee is banned in the home, Juan takes drastic measures to watch it. Along the way, he meets his old friend Tu (Eddie Garcia) and his long lost love Aida (Gloria Romero).
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