A Filipino jeepney driver (Kidlat Tahimik) who idolizes America's space program comes to reject the rapid encroachment of technology.
Did You Know?
In the scene in Germany, the pregnant woman who goes into labor in the back of the jeepney was played by Kidlat's real life wife Katrin De Guia and the child she was carrying was their first child Kidlat De Guia. In the film, you can hear the woman say his full name, Kidlat Gottlieb Kalaayan. See more
When Kidlat proudly displays his envelope supposedly from Voice of America in Washington DC, it has an American stamp but no postmark. Therefore, it could not have been mailed from the US or any other country. See more
When the typhoon blows off its cocoon, the butterfly embraces the sun.