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Ang anak ni Brocka (2005)

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Gina Alajar ...
Cecilia Manalastas
Phillip Salvador ...
Lino Tangarurang
Bembol Roco
Jaclyn Jose ...
Angela dela Cruz
Ronnie Lazaro
Menggie Cobarrubias
Archie Adamos
Jeffrey Quizon
Geoff Eigenmann
Chanda Romero
Rez Cortez
Allan Paule
Francis Magalona
Timothy Diwa
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This movie is a "Mockumentary" not a comedy.
28 July 2006 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

I was really thinking if the late director Lino Brocka ever left any legacy behind. Aside from being a great activist, director, teacher and belonging to the third gendered group. How is it possible that he had an offspring. I popped the VCD in the player then 15 mins from the movie I saw actors acting out in a documentary style ala Bikini Open filming. Then it struck me, this movie is a mockumentary. It could have gotten a 10 if it was real. The message that it shows is very impressive and there is always a lesson to be learned from the greats, but to me they should have changed the title into a semi-autobiography rather than a controversy. It fooled me into thinking that its a documentary about Brocka's lost and now proved fictitious son. I know the people that made this film is doing a great job on keeping the independent scene in the philippines alive and supporting all indie directors but, to me the title Ang "Anak ni Brocka" is kinda like a marketing strategy to get peoples attention.


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