Aninag (2004)

Isabel journeys in a dreamworld with her new mystical friends "Saya" (Happiness) and "Pag-asa" (Hope) in an attempt to overcome her isolation due to her blindness.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Iroy Abesamis Iroy Abesamis ... Shadowman
Patricia de Silva Patricia de Silva ... Isabel
Charisse Mara Luluquisin Charisse Mara Luluquisin ... Fairy
Karla Pambid ... Mother
Joel Torre ... Father
David Trinidad Jr. David Trinidad Jr. ... Pag-asa (Hope)
Rency Van Dorpe Rency Van Dorpe ... Saya (Happiness)
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Storyline

"Aninag" ("Light's Play") is a 15-minute narrative shot in 35mm film. Isabel, a blind girl who journeys in a dream world formed through the emotions she feels, shortly plays with her new mystical friends "Saya" (Happiness) and "Pag-asa" (Hope). But soon, she is succumbed by her negative thoughts of becoming alone. Her life becomes endangered. And the question is: "how would she overcome her fear, helplessness and depression in this struggling situation?" Written by Rianne Hill Soriano

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Taglines:

Isabel journeys in a dream world formed through every emotion she feels... Can she finally overcome her isolation there?

Genres:

Short | Family | Fantasy

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Country:

Philippines

Language:

Filipino

Release Date:

June 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Light's Play See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

PHP 700,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Through the help of the Department of Environment and National Resources (Province of Rizal, Philippines), the City Hall of Antipolo and Municipal Hall of Rodriguez, Rizal, the bulk of the film (dream sequence) was shot at the historical site of the Wawa Gorge in San Rafael, Rodriguez (formerly Montalban), Rizal, Philippines, where the legend of Bernardo Carpio's "Dalawang Nag-uupugang Bato" (The Two Clashing Rocks) originated. See more »

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