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1 item from 2011


Cinemalaya 2011: I-funerals Review

8 August 2011 10:17 AM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Isabel (Glaiza de Castro), a promising mass communications student, has just landed an internship that none of her classmates, who are interning in television stations and film production outfits, would envy. I-Libings, a company that specializes in covering wakes and funerals for its grieving clients, does not seem to be the proper place for Isabel's skills and talents. With only a lowly consumer-level video camera to work with, a crew of untrained technicians and a boss (Earl Ignacio) who is initially unimpressed with her capabilities  to deal with, she treats her internship with the company as some cruel joke that fate has randomly dished her.   Rommel Sales' I-Libings (I-Funerals) starts off seemingly with very little ambition. It initially concentrates on Isabel's experiences in »

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