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Tu pug imatuy (2017)

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Tu Pug Imatuy, which means "The right to kill" in Manobo, follows Lumad couple Obunay and Dawin who are uprooted from their traditional way of life after a military encounter. Soon, they ... See full summary »

Director:

Arnel Barbarona

Writer:

Arnel Mardoquio
9 wins & 15 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Malona Sulatan ... Obunay
Jong Monzon Jong Monzon ... Dawis
Luis Georlin Banaag III ... Lt. Olivares
Jamee Rivera ... Sgt. Villamor
Jillian Khayle Barbarona
Henyo Ehem Henyo Ehem ... Langit
Mentroso Malibato Mentroso Malibato
Nona Ruth Sarmiento Nona Ruth Sarmiento
Bhong Del Rosario Bhong Del Rosario
Roweno Caballes Roweno Caballes
Charisse Lisondra Charisse Lisondra
Louie Logronio Louie Logronio
Barry Ohaylan Barry Ohaylan
Buggy Ampalayo Buggy Ampalayo
Bong Artil Bong Artil
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Tu Pug Imatuy, which means "The right to kill" in Manobo, follows Lumad couple Obunay and Dawin who are uprooted from their traditional way of life after a military encounter. Soon, they find themselves unwilling instruments in the soldiers' anti-guerilla operations. What will it take for them to reunite with their family? Inspired by actual events, the film tackles the Manobos' struggles against environment plunder and the militarization of their communities. Written by anonymous

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mindanao conflict | native | See All (2) »

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An award-winning film inspired by the struggles of the indigenous peoples in Mindanao.

Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Philippines

Language:

Filipino

Release Date:

9 March 2017 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

The Right to Kill See more »

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Red Motion Media See more »
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Tu Pug Imatuy is a winner of Sinag Maynila Film Festival 2017 for following awards: Best Picture Best Director - Arnel Barbarona Best Actress - Malona Sulatan Best Music - Arnel Barbarona Best Cinematography - Bryan Jimenez and Arnel Barbarona Best Screenplay - Arnel Mardoquio See more »

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