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Mga munting tinig (2002)

A young idealistic teacher enters her kids in a city choral competition. A victory there would not only gain funds for the school, but prove to these children of poverty how even they can afford to hope.

Director:

Gil Portes (as Gil M. Portes)

Writers:

Gil Portes (screenplay) (as Gil M. Portes), Senedy Que (screenplay) (as Senedy H. Que) | 1 more credit »
11 wins & 14 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Alessandra de Rossi ... Melinda
Dexter Doria ... Mrs. Pantalan
Gina Alajar ... Chayong
Amy Austria ... Luz
Bryan Homecillo Bryan Homecillo ... Popoy
Pierro Rodriguez Pierro Rodriguez ... Obet (as Pierro Rodriguez III)
Irma Adlawan ... Fe
Malou Crisologo ... Solita
Nonie Buencamino ... Fidel
Tony Mabesa ... Mr. Tibayan
Lailani Navarro Lailani Navarro ... Pilar
Keno Agaro Keno Agaro ... Adong
Sining Blanco Sining Blanco ... Gela
Christian Galindo Christian Galindo ... Lino
Hazel Logan Hazel Logan ... Ida
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A young idealistic teacher enters her kids in a city choral competition. A victory there would not only gain funds for the school, but prove to these children of poverty how even they can afford to hope.

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She gave them a reason to sing.

Genres:

Drama

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Details

Official Sites:

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Country:

Philippines

Language:

Filipino | Tagalog

Release Date:

8 November 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Small Voices See more »

Filming Locations:

Lucban, Quezon, Philippines

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Color:

Color
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This Movie Is Known to be the only Filipino film released by American Film Company, Warner Bros Pictures. Hence the reason for this film's obscurity. See more »

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simple, yet moving film that could jump start Filipino Inide Film Movement
28 September 2003 | by nice1daveSee all my reviews

SMALL VOICES is one of those simple gems that remains in your mind long after you see it and long after you are finished crying. Not that it is sad - it is just heartwarming. Hopefully audiences of all ethnicities will find the film moving and help jump start the Filipino INdie film movement. When we saw it in Toronto, we had to support it because it gave new hope to the Filipino film - finally a movie without so much over acting, melodrama and no gratuitous sex, violence or mayhem - but a sweet story told against a country that is rife with government relations and poverty.

Hopefully, the Filipino American audience will embrace this film in theaters and come out and not wait for video distribution.

We only get one chance and this is one to take.

peace,

David


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