Category: Philippines Films
A fisherman’s wounded spirit begins to give out as he loses his hold on his livelihood in this drama from the Philippines.
Leo is used to the temporary. Typical of many young Filipinos, he supports his family by hopping from one short-term job to the next – in fast food restaurants to supermarkets to department stories.
This more melodramatic Filipino coming-of-ager concerns the budding sexuality of a young girl in a devoutly Catholic culture.
Sex, Violence, Horror and Midget Assassins!
Before Jeffrey Jeturian made his art house favorite KUBRADOR, he filmed BIKINI OPEN, a mockumentary poking fun at reality television, morality and the nature of fame in the modern Philippines.
Ashite Imasu is a romantic story of love, treason, collaboration, rebellion and revenge set in a small Filipino town during the Japanese occupation.
An effeminate 12-year-old who dutifully plays mother to his criminal father and older siblings experiences a crisis …