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Keka is a beautiful young woman working in a call centre. Wanting to hunt down the killers and avenge her boyfriend's death, she undergoes rigid trainings. Everything has been going well ... See full summary »

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Quark Henares

Writer:

Quark Henares
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Katya Santos ... Keka
Wendell Ramos ... Jason
Vhong Navarro ... Bhong
Ryan Eigenmann ... Bobby
Bobby Andrews ... Marco
Marky Lopez ... Ryan
Jordan Herrera ... PJ
Rissa Mananquil-Samson Rissa Mananquil-Samson ... Kay (as Rissa Samson)
Adrian Alandy ... Jessie (as Luis Alandy)
TJ Trinidad ... Arvin
Tristan Enriquez Tristan Enriquez ... Jigger
Tuesday Vargas ... Mica, ang usiserang kapitbahay
Rey Solo Rey Solo ... Sonny
Vanna Garcia Vanna Garcia ... Laura
Helen Arevalo Helen Arevalo ... Jason's Lady
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Keka is a beautiful young woman working in a call centre. Wanting to hunt down the killers and avenge her boyfriend's death, she undergoes rigid trainings. Everything has been going well until shee meets the guy, who makes her fall in love again.

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In doing the movie, Katya Santos underwent various liposuction operation under Dr. Vicky Belo, the mother of her director, Quark Henares. See more »

Quotes

[Mica forces herself into Keka's apartment]
[translated from Filipino]
Mica: Who's that?
Francesca 'Keka' Jose: That's Marco. We just fucked. Want to join us?
Mica: I'll pass. Why is he so pale?
Francesca 'Keka' Jose: Wasted on Heroin.
Mica: Oh.
[Goes over to the door, and stops Keka as she is about to close the door]
Mica: Keka, wait. You know what? You shouldn't do drugs because they fry your braincells, and who knows, you might become a psychopathic monster when you get high - ...
[Keka closes the door]
[...]
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Connections

References Batch '81 (1982) See more »

Soundtracks

Beanbag
Written by Alan Montero
Performed by Soft Pillow Kisses
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Keka is about a girl (named Keka) who vows revenge upon the frat boys who killed her boyfriend and got away with it.
9 February 2005 | by csingzon0568See all my reviews

Keka hatches a plan to kill one by one the frat boys who murdered her boyfriend. Complications arise when the detective who investigates the murders falls in love with Keka, and vice versa.

This is a black comedy, really well done. I was surprised as Filipino movies are not typically in this style. The movie was witty, it does not take itself too seriously, as evidenced by the spontaneous song and dance routines that crop up in the movie.

I like that Keka (the heroine) was unapologetic about who she was and her choices throughout the movie. She is a strong protagonist with consistent characterization. Vhong Navarro is so hilarious he doesn't need to speak. His facial expressions and mannerisms are enough to make me giggle.

The ending is especially satisfying because it doesn't pander to the typical Hollywood style.


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Official Sites:

Viva Films

Country:

Philippines

Language:

Filipino | Tagalog

Release Date:

20 August 2003 (Philippines) See more »

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