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LOWER DEPTHS

Film Notes LOWER DEPTHS By Pablo A. Tariman Watching Joel Lamangan’s “Bhoy Intsik” is like looking into a typical DSW social case study report and reliving all the personas involved. It isn’t a gratifying subject because it involved two felons … Continue reading

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WHEN FOOLS RUSH IN

Film Notes WHEN FOOLS RUSH IN By Pablo A. Tariman The variations on love and destiny have long been over explored in cinema to the point of extreme boredom. In one film after another, characters of lead actors look for … Continue reading

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DENNIS TRILLO SUCCEEDS IN RELIVING 76 YEARS OF A RELIGIOUS LIFE

Review: “Felix Manalo” DENNIS TRILLO SUCCEEDS IN RELIVING 76 YEARS OF A RELIGIOUS LIFE by Pablo A. Tariman The religious odyssey of Felix Manalo – the founder of Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) — is chronicled in a three-hour film directed … Continue reading

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THE LIFE AND TIMES OF KA FELIX MANALO ACCORDING TO DIRECTOR JOEL LAMANGAN

Film Notes THE LIFE AND TIMES OF KA FELIX MANALO ACCORDING TO DIRECTOR JOEL LAMANGAN by Pablo A. Tariman In this special presscon for the epic film, Felix Manalo, Direk Joel Lamangan admits his latest project is one of a … Continue reading

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DIREK JOEL LAMANGAN AND ACTOR ANDRE PARAS ON THEIR RESPECTIVE GENERATIONS

Film Notes DIREK JOEL LAMANGAN AND ACTOR ANDRE PARAS ON THEIR RESPECTIVE GENERATIONS by Pablo A. Tariman Direk Joel Lamangan’s film output comes to mind as another overseas worker, Mary Jane Veloso, finds herself nearly at the end of her … Continue reading

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