The story of two sisters (Lilia and Trining), who have adopted three children (Lilia adopted Pilar and Joven, Trining adopted Ito). Trouble, lies and violence ensues as Lilia's children ...
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The story of two sisters (Lilia and Trining), who have adopted three children (Lilia adopted Pilar and Joven, Trining adopted Ito). Trouble, lies and violence ensues as Lilia's children fall in love, and Trining's son gets infuriatingly jealous.Written by
By public policy, none of the love teams would have ended up in marriage in this movie because according to Art. 38 of the Family Code, marriages contracted between adoptive children of the same adoptive parents shall be void ab initio.
So yes, legally, it would've all ended in death anyway. Story of forbidden love.
But this movie was really good. It had a very interesting twist to it, not to mention a very good setting and cinematography. I watched it over Batman Begins 3 years ago, and I still don't regret it. I think it's one of the Star Cinema films that became underrated and deserved more attention.
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