Jake (Jeffrey Quizon) is a caretaker at a boarding residence that houses a whole array of characters-- a born-again couple with an addiction for porn movies, a nymphet masquerading as a shy... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Katya Santos ...
Gwen Garci ...
Ella V. ...
Imbestigador 1
Imbestigador 2
Tado ...
Tata Nando
Hector Macaso ...
Mr. Go
Len Ag-Santos ...
Mrs. Adeva (as Len Ag. Santos)
Randy Punsal ...
Mr. Adeva
Roence Santos ...
Mrs. Buwan
Sigfreid Barros Sanchez ...
Raul (as Sig Sanchez)


Jake (Jeffrey Quizon) is a caretaker at a boarding residence that houses a whole array of characters-- a born-again couple with an addiction for porn movies, a nymphet masquerading as a shy school girl, a virgin discovering her lustful predilections. Through the holes, he has carved on the ceiling, with surreptitious perfection. Jake has become privy to their most intimate and darkest secrets. Keeping a watchful eye on these people is not just a means to satisfy his carnal curiosity it is an addiction that makes him feel like a god. But one day his life changes when he hovers over the lives of newlyweds Cecilia (Katya Santos) and Ding (Allen Dizon), her husband. While his eyes feast on the couple's sexual encounters, Jake develops a connection with Cecilia that he has never experienced before. For the first time, here is a woman who has shown him the real meaning of beauty. However, one night he takes on a careless turn triggering an incident that will eventually set a confrontation ... Written by zendrick

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Hidden truths. Dirty secrets. Naked ambitions. He sees them all.








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13 April 2005 (Philippines)  »

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Unfunny, terrible film
11 June 2006 | by (Planet Earth) – See all my reviews

The logline for "Boso" sounds far, far more interesting than the final product. Trouble is, this film actually had some potential.

The film revolves around an apartment building caretaker, Jake (Jeffrey Quizon) whose hobby is to crawl through the ceiling and spy on his tenants. Of course, there are complications when he one day his eye catches an attractive new tenant (Katya Santos).

Writer-director Jon Red says he was inspired by "Rear Window" (1954) and "Sliver" (1993). Unfortunately, "Boso" makes "Sliver" seem like Hitchcock's masterpiece.

The plot does provide Red with an opportunity to twist it in certain ways, create an ethical dilemma for Jake. But Red has no interest in that. He simply opts for the most boring route.

This film, which is terribly shot with countless close-ups, unnecessary pans (as if the cinematographer is trying to locate his subject) and unimaginative framing, truly seems like an excuse to get away with soft-core porn in the guise of mainstream film-making. This film has none of the wit, irony and, even suspense, of "Rear Window."

The only reason "Boso" gets one star is because we can't put in anything less. You know this film's in trouble when the counter on your DVD player seems far more interesting than anything on the screen.

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