In 1985, in the obscure town of Dolores, the Orapronobis, a cult under the leadership of Kumander Kontra (Roco)... See full synopsis »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Phillip Salvador ...
Jimmy Cordero
Dina Bonnevie ...
Trixie
Gina Alajar ...
Esper
Bembol Roco ...
Major Kontra
Ginnie Sobrino ...
Sister Marie
Abbo De La Cruz ...
Django
Pen Medina ...
Chef 'Sparrow'
Joel Lamangan ...
Colonel Mateo
Gerard Bernschein ...
Father Jeff
Ernie Zarate ...
Bishop Romero
Jess Ramos ...
Captain Sumilang
Obby Castañeda ...
Politician 1
Pocholo Montes ...
Politician 2
Bon Vibar ...
TV Newscaster 1 (as Ben Vibarr)
Raquel Villavicencio ...
TV Newscaster 2
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In 1985, in the obscure town of Dolores, the Orapronobis, a cult under the leadership of Kumander Kontra (Roco)... See full synopsis »

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24 May 1989 (France)  »

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Initially banned by the administration of Philippines President Corazon Aquino, the movie was first screened in Cannes before getting a local distribution. See more »

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Referenced in Manila in the Fangs of Darkness (2008) See more »

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A timely movie about a controversial subject matter.
13 September 1999 | by (Makati City,Philippines.) – See all my reviews

Lino Brocka's celebrated work about a highly-controversial subject (a military invasion on a faraway province after the takeover of President Corazon Aquino in 1986) is certainly worth of watch, which is basically why it made it to the Directors' Fortnight in Cannes '89. The script is well-written, which makes good performances (particularly Bembol Roco as the cult leader) and suspense in every scene. Until now, it hasn't received wide theatrical or video release. Just check out a copy if you're lucky enough to find one. I've seen it twice and I want to see it more. Excellently done. 9/10.


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