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Release Date:
28 September 1995 (USA) See more »
Three young and good-looking brothers live with and support their parents in Manila; they dance at the... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Mel Chionglo 
Writing credits
Ricardo Lee (story)

Ricardo Lee (screenplay)

Produced by
Mandi C. Angat .... associate producer (as Engr. Mandi C. Angat)
Ed Instrella .... line producer (as Edghar Instrella)
Richard Tang .... executive producer
Original Music by
Nonong Buencamino 
Cinematography by
George Tutanes 
Film Editing by
Jess Navarro 
Production Design by
Edgar Martin Littaua 
Set Decoration by
Allan Arquiza 
Makeup Department
Leslie Baltazar .... assistant makeup artist
Alexis Lagdameo .... makeup artist
Production Management
Raul Morit .... assistant production manager
Romeo Opulencia .... post-production manager (as Romy Opulencia)
Romeo Opulencia .... production manager (as Romy Opulencia)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Allan Noble .... assistant director
Analyn Valderrama .... second assistant director (as Analyn Valderama)
Art Department
Jun Delfin .... set man
Vic Delotavo .... lay-out artist
Raffy Galon .... set dresser
Rodrigo Pumarejos .... propsman
Sonny Reyes .... set man
Randy Ruelas .... set dresser
Buboy Tagayon .... associate designer
Vic Villavicencio II .... associate designer
Sound Department
Dario Jacinto .... soundman: Cine Suerte
Ramon Reyes .... sound supervisor
Nario Sarcel .... boom operator: Cine Suerte
Special Effects by
Benny Batoctoy .... prosthetics and special makeup
Jacky .... armory/special effects
Manny Macapagal .... armory/special effects
Visual Effects by
Obet Gloria .... titles
Allan Noble .... fight director
Camera and Electrical Department
Jess Evardone .... still photographer
German Jacinto .... grip: Cine Suerte
Mike Jacinto .... assistant camera: Cine Suerte
Richard Padernal .... gaffer: Cine Suerte
Ronald Santos .... electrician: Cine Suerte
Boyet Tenesa .... clapper loader: Cine Suerte (as Boyet Teneza)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Virgilio Tubino .... wardrobe master
Editorial Department
Arman Diamante .... assistant film editor (as Armando Diamante)
Transportation Department
Gerry Manalo .... service driver: Cine Suerte (as Jerry Manalo)
Vic Uruga .... service driver: Cine Suerte
Other crew
Billy Balbastro .... publicity and promotion (as Atty. Billy Balbastro)
Roden Biag .... liaison officer
Charles Calayan .... choreographer
Tess Canlas .... production secretary
Roel Cuizon .... schedule master (as Ruel Cuizon)
Aldo dela Cruz .... utility: Cine Suerte
Martin Dingcong .... utility: Cine Suerte
Albert Esperanza .... choreographer
Allan Noble .... assistant crowd control (as Michael Noble)
Martin Oxena .... utility: Cine Suerte
Mar Reyes .... police security (as Sgt. Mar Reyes)
Boy Rosalie .... police security (as Sgt. Boy Rosalie)
Edgar Santiago .... police security
Jun Santos .... utility: Cine Suerte
Henry Serrano .... production assistant
Marcial Sorita .... crowd control
Jun Tolosa .... head caterer: Cine Suerte
Anthony Lam .... the producers wish to thank
Teresita Lam .... the producers wish to thank
Ramon Tang .... the producers wish to thank
Crew believed to be complete

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Also Known As:
"Sibak" - Philippines (original title)
"Sibak: Midnight Dancers" - Philippines (English title)
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100 min | UK:128 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Australia:R18+ | Philippines:X (original rating) | Philippines:R-18 (re-rating) | Spain:18


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19 out of 35 people found the following review useful.
More than merely a gay movie, 2 May 2001
Author: Hunky Stud

All the three brothers work at the same gay bar. That is not so hard to believe. But all of them have homosexual lovers. one of the brother loves a transexual, one who is married with a kid also loves another man. That is very so unlikely by statistics.

However, other than that slight problem, this movie is very touching. The homosexual element is not really the main focus.It depicts a general working class family's daily life. > There are not many movies that portray working families. So it is a movie well done.

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