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Kung mahawi man ang ulap (1984)

Catherine goes through all the travails of a young woman, who had to deal with a scheming stepfather out to dupe her of her inheritance.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Hilda Koronel ...
Isabel Rivas ...
Yasmin Ayesa ...
Ester Chavez ...
Jimmy Javier ...
Rudy Meyer ...
Defense Atty.
Virginia Montes ...
Rustan's Mother
Metring David ...
Moody Diaz ...


The happy life of Catherine and her widowed mother changed for the worse when Pablo and his family moved in as their tenants. In no time at all, her mother had gotten married to Pablo and was providing for his entire family. To make things worse, Pablo's daughter wanted Catherine's boyfriend for herself. As if these were not enough, Catherine killed Pablo's son, when he attempt to rape her. Pregnant with her boyfriend's child, she ended up in jail. But her mother, now sick and reduced to poverty, could do anything to help her. Still, she lived for the day when she would be able to reclaim what was and is rightfully hers. Written by Anonymous

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19 January 1984 (Philippines)  »

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Rita Acuesta: Papatayin mo ako? Mamatay-tao kang talaga!
Catherine: Hindi ako mamamatay-tao at yan ay alam na alam ninyo! Anong mapapala ko kung papatayin ko kayong lahat? Pagmasdan mo ang mukhang ito. Basahin mo sa pagmumukhang ito ang di mabilang na kasalanan na ginawa niyo sa'kin, sa aking anak at sa aking ina! Kung wala kayong kasalanan, wala nang matatawag na kasalanan sa mundong ito. Pati kinabukasan ko pinatay ninyo. Pati katarungan gusto niyong patayin pero nagkakamali kayo. Hindi makikinig sa inyo ang langit ...
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Remade as Kung mahawi man ang ulap (2007) See more »


Kung Mahawi Man Ang Ulap
Sung by Sharon Cuneta and Dulce
Composed by Willy Cruz
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Great story, dialogue, and acting
31 December 2013 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

One of the better drama of Viva films in the 80's, Catherine (Hilda Koronel) leads a happy life , with boyfriend Rustan (Christopher de Leon). Things changed when her mother remarried. Rustan was a loving fiancé and offered moral support. His sound advice was to leave her mom alone, let her be happy. Catherine however, cannot leave her mom alone with her new family. This is an engrossing movie from start to finish. I especially like the two leads, Catherine was tough and Rustan was reasonable. When Rustan was begging for forgiveness in the rain, other story lines would have Catherine running to kiss him. But no, Catherine could not take what she saw in the bedroom, his boyfriend with her mortal enemy. There are plenty of Good dialogue exchanges between Hilda and Gloria Romero ( asawa muna bago anak!), between Christopher and Eddie Garcia ( tanga lang ang nagpapapikot!) and of course, between Hilda and Amy Austria.

This is a thoroughly satisfying drama until the last scene, this is Guillen's return to directing, and what a comeback ! Worth watching again.

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