Antonio Chan, a prominent Chinese businessman, has three women in his life v Sol, a Filipina; Lu Shui, a Chinese; and Belinda, a Filipino-Chinese. Antonio has children with all three women. A crisis shakes up the over-extended Tsinoy family prompting all the members to re-examine their values, their relationships, and confront issues that they have refused to face all these years. With Mano Po 2, My Home, Regal Entertainments continues the tradition established by the critical and box-office hit Mano Po. Features strong dramatic performances from a stellar ensemble cast, lush visuals, a reverberating musical score, an unforgettable theme song, and a heart-warming screenplay that eloquently captures the rich Tsinoy culture. Laugh, cry, and be touched by this family story about forgiveness, healing and undying love. Written by
25 December 2003 (Philippines)
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Did You Know?
When Lorna Tolentino
got the role of Belinda Que-Tan, the wicked wife, Dina Bonnevie
was given the role of the good wife Lu-Shui. She refused. The role went to Zsa Zsa Padilla
who won the best actress award in the Metro Manila Film Festival for her portrayal in this movie. See more
Referenced in Ako legal wife: Mano po 4?
Yu Liang Dai Biao Wode Xin
Suan Yiweng Qing Xi
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Performed by Zsa Zsa Padilla
Tagalog lyrics and Re-arrangement by Von de Guzman See more