Laya (Che Ramos) is a young professional photographer who has drifted away from her family. Her father has fallen ill, but she hasn't once come to visit him at the hospital -though she paid... See full summary »

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Himalaya Marquez
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Luzviminda Marquez
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Eric
Publio Briones III ...
Mang Renato
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Danilo Marquez
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Queen
Bor Ocampo ...
Junel
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Manang Nida
Ronald Legaspi ...
Mang Igo
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Danielle Afuang ...
Little Laya
Syrel Lopez ...
Junel's Girlfriend
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Laya (Che Ramos) is a young professional photographer who has drifted away from her family. Her father has fallen ill, but she hasn't once come to visit him at the hospital -though she paid for hospital. Her mother, who left their family when Laya was a child, returns to urge Laya to make amends with her father, but Laya's pain goes deeper than her mother suspects. Laya is sent to the provinces to document a ritual of a disappearing indigenous tribe, and there, she inadvertently comes face to face with her own demons as she observes the relationships of the last remaining members of this dying culture. Written by lament

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18 July 2009 (Philippines)  »

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The Blood Trail  »

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The second part of Camera trilogy. See more »

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Blue Streets
Written and Performed by Six P.M. (as Six PM)
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