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Ganito kami noon... Paano kayo ngayon? (1976)

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Credited cast:
Christopher De Leon ...
Nicolas 'Kulas' Ocampo
Gloria Diaz ...
Matilde 'Diding' Diaz Patron
Eddie Garcia ...
Don Tibor
Dranreb Belleza ...
Bindoy (as Dranreb)
Leopoldo Salcedo ...
Fortunato 'Atong' Capili
Rosemarie Gil ...
Concordia
Johnny Vicar ...
Onofre 'Kidlat' Biltao
Tsing Tong Tsai ...
Lim
E.A. Rocha ...
Padre Gil Corcuera
Jaime Fabregas ...
Komandante
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25 December 1976 (Philippines)  »

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The first in the Romero epic film trilogy, the other two being "Aguila" and "Kamakalawa". See more »

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A picturesque tale of Kulas, a country bumpkin, whose misadventures symbolize the search for the elusive Filipino identity at a time when Spain was being replaced by the United States as the colonizer after a short-lived period of Philippine independence. A sprawling historical epic, which details the country's struggles in establishing its cultural identity dating from the Revolution against Spain until the Philippine-American War, as seen through the eyes of a provincial young man. Unanimously celebrated by audiences and critics alike, Ganito Kami Noon was chosen as Best Picture of the Year by the Manunuri Pelikulang Pilipino, and was eventually cited as one of top ten films of that impressive decade. In 2002, it was selected as one of the best films of the past 30 years from Pepper Marcelo.


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