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(as Bb. Joyce Bernal)

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(story) (as Tammy Bejerano-Dinopol), (story) | 3 more credits »
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2 wins & 18 nominations. See more awards »

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Martee
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Lance
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Liwayway
Quintin Alianza ...
Liam
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Raffy
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Tessa
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Guada
Robin Da Roza ...
Allan
Roence Santos ...
Belinda
Denise Joaquin ...
Rosy
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George
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Lorenzo
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Tomas (as Gian Terry)
Paw Diaz ...
Maureen
J.C. Cuadrado ...
Chicoy
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He turned his back on life. Life turned its back on her. Everyone deserves a second chance.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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30 May 2007 (Philippines)  »

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Fallen  »

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Jerry Lopez Sineneng was initially tapped to direct the film. See more »

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Poor Direction, Why do we continue to recycle the same sorry film directors?
24 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Joyce Bernal has made a ton of movies, but in this latest offering I see nothing a new film school grad could not produce given some funding. I see more direction watching a run of the mill TV drama anthology on the Filipino channel, than in this 100 minute picture. Why not give a chance to new directors who may actually contribute to a better film industry. We keep seeing the same sorry product being churned out by the same sorry production companies and same sorry directors. It's a shame because there is a story to be told in movies like Paano Kita Iibigin, but the message gets lost by a fumbling director such as Bernal. I have only seen a handful of Films from the Philippines in the last 10 years, but what's the point when there is no progress, there is no advancement of the art. Because in the end we are talking about a form of art.I wonder if Bernal even remembers what art is about?


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