The lives of seven neophytes as they strive to enter a Greek letter fraternity through a difficult hazing process. The entire experience is seen through the eyes of Sid Lucero, one of the neophytes.

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Sid Lucero
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Tina
Ward Luarca ...
Pacoy Ledesma
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Santi Santillan
Ricky Sandico ...
Ronnie Roxas, Jr.
Jimmy Javier ...
Vince
Rod Leido ...
Arni Enriquez
Bing Pimentel ...
Mariel
Dang Cecilio ...
Pearl (as Criselda Cecilio)
Mike Arvisu ...
Abet
Vic Lima ...
Gonzalez
Dodo Cabasal ...
Pete Magtibay
Edwin Reyes ...
Ding Quintos
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Miss Casuso
Joe Jardy ...
Dick (as Joe Jardi)

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The lives of seven neophytes as they strive to enter a Greek letter fraternity through a difficult hazing process. The entire experience is seen through the eyes of Sid Lucero, one of the neophytes.

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The film was a joint venture between Sampaguita Pictures and LVN, two Filipino film studios that were legends of Philippine Cinema's Golden Age, as well as rivals in the business. Although the studio and facilities continued to exist until 2005, this was one of the last productions to be made by LVN. See more »

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Featured in Batang West Side (2001) See more »

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Upakan '81
Music by Ding Achacoso
Lyrics by Joseph Olfindo
Sung by Mike Arvisu
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The ugly face of fascism
3 September 2002 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

De Leon uses the fraternity as a symbol of fascism. The hazing rituals, demoralization, torture and militarism all cover the imposition of the mighty few against individual rights of the hapless ones. The violent rumble at the end captures the fanaticism of the subjects working for the goal of attaining the ultimate high - power. Strong, very powerful, a work of great political understanding from Mike de Leon.


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