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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kenjie Garcia ...
Ray An Dulay ...
Harold Macasero ...
Gabz del Rosario ...
Ricky Santos ...
Junior Ventura ...
Beach Bums
Moro Gandawali ...
Beach Bums
Joselito Altarejos ...
Beach Bums (as Jay Altarejos)
Dindo Flores ...
Philip's Relative
Mark Quitoriano ...
Man on the Road
Brian Pascasio ...
Kids on the Road
Keneth Pedro ...
Kids on the Road
Fely Ordinario ...
Hotel Receptionist
Gregg Sanchez ...
Drunk Man
Odie Calayag ...
Factory Worker


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Release Date:

9 July 2008 (Philippines)  »

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1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Story of Friendship and chasing of Goals, seeing long lost friends and re acquaintance.
31 December 2009 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

The Casting: The Story itself is a big "WOW" however for just the casting, since most of the other cast are good-looking, well-built they out-shadow the other one namely Xavier. The story would have perfect if someone else took the role.

The Setting: Okay for the simple scenery, and little outdoor adventure. Most of the time their on the road.

The Tittle: "Kambyo" means "Change". In the story we see a lot of changes from the beginning of the journey to the end.

The Story: Great story and a really touching one. It talks about a group of 4 friends going on a road trip, in search for goals and inner-self To "Macky" he's going because he's searching for his long lost best friend from college, whom he had grown to care and loved. To others this was just a vacation or so they thought. Along the travel they realize the emotional and deep attachment to each other, that they are there for each other from best friends to lovers. The story shows some contentment when you finally found the one that you have been searching for. The feeling of doing what you always wanted, its the relief of having said the words that you have been hiding, yet been wanting to shout for a very long time. Its a story of coming clean with your feelings.

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