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Vhong Navarro ...
Junie Gagamboy / Woman
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Dodoy / Ipisman
Aubrey Miles ...
Liana
Long Mejia ...
Kapitan Gimo
Bearwin Meily ...
Abner
Renee Hampshire ...
Ate Gloring (as Rene 'Ate Glow' Facunla)
Benjamin Abelarde ...
Simeon
Chris Cruz ...
Bronson
Nikko Manalo ...
Boogie
Ernie Zarate ...
Boss
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Snatcher
Jason ...
Snatcher
Jenine Desiderio ...
Aswang (as Janine Desiderio)
Ogie Diaz ...
Stage Manager
Kathryn Bernardo ...
Tsoknat
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The battle between good and evil is coming to town.

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Action | Comedy | Fantasy

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The entire slum village where Junie and Liani live was built from scratch. See more »

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Great Romance,although low quality budget on film
31 October 2004 | by (Iloilo, Philippines) – See all my reviews

It is obvious that this film is nothing really special. Typically Filipino. I only liked Vhong Navarro's flirting with the beautiful and sexy actress Aubrey Miles. That's all. The plot is okay. They've played their role as lovers really well. Llana(Aubrey Miles) being a humble beauty goddess and Junie/Gagamboy (Vhong navarro) being shy but helpful and honest, grabs the attention of the audience. The surroudings are very typical to a typical Philippine city slum area. I find it unique that the plot takes place there. In this film, people will learn about how one should be confident of showing one's true self without hiding what one really is. Also, people should not underestimate others on their abilities and what they look like. I think this was the actual message of the film. Once again, Vhong Navarro played his role very well here. I recommend this to people who like simple but satisfying films.


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