This indie movie is a story about three sisters-- the breadwinner, the slave and the black sheep, their relationship with their incapacitated brother, and their personal struggles with love and life.
The movie, although it might seem a little low quality to some, is actually a silent-killing masterpiece!
Andrea del Rosario shocked me with her outstanding acting as a workaholic older sister. She was able to carry her role naturally, needing no exaggeration to make it real. She could bag an award for this!
Dimples Romana was a surprise to me also. Although she was a little young for her role, her acting was definitely natural. Her role as a disgruntled mother is definitely hard for someone of her age, but she was able to pull it off! Piolo in a supporting role is still outstanding.
Art direction was definitely fine, as a Tsinoy home was portrayed well.
Although some might find the movie a little boring, there is some infectious something in the movie that makes it watchable. Though the accents are well, not caught, the acting isn't definitely compromised.
Simplicity is beauty. This is definitely an epitome
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