Can a love that bloomed under a Blue Moon truly last forever? At a quiet home in Boston, Massachusetts, an elderly Filipina named Corazon is writing a love letter. Knowing she doesn't have ...
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Justine Laurier inherits of his father's company and thwarts the plans of a group of unscrupulous individuals who are hiding their illegal activities behind the screen offered by the "national security" and "state secrets".
Felix Ysagun Manalo is a sprawling historical epic that traces the origin of Iglesia Ni Cristo (The Church of Christ) which is established in the Philippines from its humble beginnings in 1914 through the present day.
Can a love that bloomed under a Blue Moon truly last forever? At a quiet home in Boston, Massachusetts, an elderly Filipina named Corazon is writing a love letter. Knowing she doesn't have much time left, Corazon is writing to every man named Manuel Pineda who's listed in the Philippine directory, identifying herself as his long-lost love. In the Philippines, an elderly man named Manuel Pineda is diagnosed with cancer, and told he only has a few months to live. Manuel decides that before he dies, he wants to find the woman he loves most, whom he hasn't seen in decades: Corazon. "Blue Moon" follows Manuel's daunting search for Corazon all over the Philippines. He's joined by his emotionally distant son Rod and recently-separated grandson Kyle. As Rod and Kyle accompany Manuel in his search for his lady love, they discover that there were actually two ladies named Corazon in Manuel's life: the nurse whom Manuel married after World War 2, and the spunky girl who was Manuel's first love ... Written by
Initially disqualified by the Metro Manila film fest selection committee allegedly for being a different movie from the originally submitted script. It was later reconsidered after the production maintained the story was the same but was only re-titled. From the original Philippines play date of 25 December 2005 (the start of The Metro Manila Film Festival), it was moved to 1 January 2006. See more »
it was great! I loved the story!! People can relate to the story very well! =D
The story was great and that people not just adults, but also teenagers who had the same experience can relate to the story easily. I like how the events and scenes in the story is related to the next scene in the movie and how the actors and actresses acted their role. I hope teenagers like me would watch this movie because we can learn how to let go, make things better, learn the value of love, friendship, and trust. Learn the value of family...they say that family comes first before anything else. *good movie for families and people who have love problems...* I hope that this comment of mine can help you. thanks for reading.
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