Longtime couple Basha (Bea Alonzo) and Popoy (John Lloyd Cruz) are practically inseparable, so when they split up, it's not surprising how heartbroken each feels. But Basha, stifled by the ... See full summary »
In 1947 those aspiring to be priest, are sent to a remote convent to live in seclusion (Seklusyon) on the last day of their training. The purpose is to shield them from evil of the world. ... See full summary »
Neil Ryan Sese,
The films asks the questions "Where do broken hearts go?" and tells the story of a woman struggling to meet airline baggage requirements who meets a man who comes to her aid. Both in despair out of love, they form a charming friendship that will take them to Sagada in their attempts to mend each other's hearts.Written by
Even though i don't know Filipino but watch it nevertheless. Feel like crying and laughing at the same times. Can really to both the actor. Superb acting and very real.totally recommend to everyone esp with the one with broken hearts.What a movie, movie like this come once in a decade. You can relate to both the character. Having been brought in a lots of over the top acting and unrealistic story lines from Bollywood it is a nice change for a while. I hope bollywood will not copy and spoil it . great location esp in the interior of Philippine. I am now a fan of Filipinos movies after this and metro manila. I really like the scene at the villages when the hero hesitate for a while.
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