jm de guzman: takot sa dagat!

jm: nagpapasalamat sa suporta ng lahat
jm: nagpapasalamat sa suporta ng lahat
jm and yen santos
jm and yen santos

Alam niyang naroon ako. Panaka-nakang siya’y sumusulyap, tumatanaw buhat sa malayo- mula sa kinalalagyan niya. Pero sa dinami-dami ng mga taong naroroon, lalo na ang walang humpay na pakikipagsisiksikan ng mga media bloggers upang makunan siya ng larawan at ma-“ambush” sa pakikipag-panayaman, marahil, hindi nga niya ako makita.

Pero sa pamamagitan ng tamang tiyempo, kalmadong “break” mula sa mga media people na nangawala na finally sa paligid niya, isa o dalawang kaluluwa ang nakalapit na rin, at last, sa kanya. Salamat sa malambing na imbitasyon ng kanyang handler na si Ms. Portia, at sa sinserong alok ng kanyang ama na lumapit na sa tabi niya- ang mundo ay tumigil na muli.

Sa unang lapit, bago pa nangyari iyon, kapalpakan ang nangyari. Nagkatinginan muna, naghabulan, at bigla siyang nawala sa aming likuran. Marahil, may mga iniiwasan siyang tao kung saan sana ay amin siyang daldalhin.

Kaya nuong pangalawang “attempt”, sa tulong ng kanyang handler at ama, muling nagtagpo ang dalawang nilalang, o marahil, tatlo, dahil hindi lamang nakikita iyong ISA.

Malamlam ang tingin ng kanyang mga mata, mahiwaga, nakapagtataka. Kailangan mong basahin iyon ng mas malalim pa.

Pero nanginginig ang iyong mga tuhod kapag kaharap mo na siya. Hindi mo malaman ang gagawin mo, o ang susunod mong sasabihin o susunod mong gagawin. nkadarama ka ng “panic attacks”.

Hanggang sa huling tanong mo, sinabi mong okey na ang interbyu, at bigla ka na lamang umalis. Dahil hindi mo na kaya ang mga damdamin mong hinaluan ng kung ano- dahil naramdaman mo rin ang mga damdamin niya nu’ng mga oras o sandaling iyon.

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“Very challenging”, nawika pa niya- ang aktor na si JM de Guzman nu’ng tanungin mo siya kung ano ang masasabi niya sa kanyang role sa bagong teleserye niyang All of Me. “Isa ito sa mga papel na pambihira kong magampanan. Kasi, it requires me a lot of angst, pains and mixed emotions. ‘Yun bang alam mong ikaw iyong lalaking mahal talaga nu’ng babae, pero nasa iba at mas batang kaanyuan ka na. ‘Yun bang ang nakaraan mo ay hinahabol ka pa rin. At kung paano mo maipaglalaban iyon, dapat ay matibay ka. Hindi ba, tito Robert, ang hirap gampanan nu’n? Punong-puno ng paghamon.”

Karamihan sa mga eksena ni JM sa teleseryeng ito ay sa DAGAT. Tila ata palagi na lamang siyang napupunta sa dagat. Nagkaroon din siya nuon ng isang indie film na kung saan ay sa dagat din ang setting- ‘yung pelikulang Intoy Syokoy ng Kalye Marino. At ngayon, heto na naman.

“Kung tutuusin po, tito Robert, ayaw ko sa dagat, takot ako sa dagat”, naging sagot pang muli ni JM. “Parang may phbia nga po ako sa dagat, eh. That makes it so ironical for me, na kadalasan, sa dagat ako nagsu-shooting o nagte-taping. Kaya nagdarasal na lang ako na ma-conquer ko ang fears ko. Maybe, I have to face it talaga. Wala akong magagawa.”

At takot din si JM sa matataas na lugar.

“Para po akong nalulula”, anya pa. “Feeling ko, nu’ng past life ko, nakatira ako sa isang mataas na lugar at nahulog ako.”

Nagpapasalamat si JM sa lahat ng mga kasamahan niya sa teleseryeng All of Me, lalo na sa direktor niyang si Dondon Santos.

“Sobrang tulong sila sa akin para makayanan ko at magampanan ng maige ang role ko dito sa bago naming teleserye”, anya pa. “Lalo na sa direktor namin, kasi sobrang patient siya sa akin. Ang haba ng pasensya niya. Kaya gusto ko sana, maibalik din sa kanya yung pangangalaga niya, kaya pinagbuti ko ng husto ang acting ko dito. Kaya sobrang thankful din ako sa lahat dahil tinutulungan nila ako.”

Para na namang naging emosyonal a madamdamin ang mukha ni JM nu’ng banggitin namin ang pangalang ‘Jessy’. Para ding nag-react at kumilos ang handler niyang si Portia nang marinig ang pangalang iyon. Medyo yata na-“off” sila? Kaya sana, hindi na lamang namin naitanong kung kumusta na sila ni Jessy?

“Isa po siya sa mga inspirasyon ko ngayon”, walang nagawa si JM kundi ang sagutin na lamang ang aming katanungan. “Okey naman po kami.”

Pero mas lalng naging negatibo bigla ang “atmosphere” nu’ng matanong namin (actually, napilitan lang din kaming itanong ito) kung kumusta na ‘yung isang pelikulang gagawin niya sa isang “mukhang luka-lukang” aktres?

“Nagawa na po namin ‘yung parang teaser lang ng movie”, sagot muli ni JM. “Nakapag-shoot na po kami ng one day.”

Maikling sagot means hindi rin gano’n ka-interesado na si JM na ma-tackle pa ‘yung movie na iyon na titulo pa lang ay salungat na sa aming paniniwala. Hahahaayyyy, sa totoo lang.

At  sa muli, ang magandag daan na tinatahak ngayon ni JM ay tila isang daan na mas lalong magpapatibay sa kanyang pagiging isang aktor. Tinitiyak ng isang blogger, mga sunod-sunod na acting awards na ang susunod na matatanggap na pagpapala sa buhay ng batang aktor na ito.

“Salamat naman po”, huling sambit ni JM. “Iyan ang pinakamagandang narinig ko sa gabing ito.”

 

(mula sa mga nalikhang salita ni robert manuguid silverio, kasama si jm de guzman).*

jm flunked by media people at the last screening of "all of me"
jm flunked by media people at the last screening of “all of me”

 

jm with child actor akihira and director dondon santos
jm with child actor akihira and director dondon santos
jm de guzman: luv it
jm de guzman: luv it

 

“ALL OF ME” NG ABS-CBN, HAHAMUNIN ANG ORAS SA NGALAN NG PAG-IBIG SIMULA LUNES

jm de guzman
jm de guzman
jm de guzman
jm de guzman
jm and yen santos
jm and yen santos
jm and albert martinez
jm and albert martinez
yen santos
yen santos
albert martinez and yen santos
albert martinez and yen santos
cast of "all of me"
cast of “all of me”

“ALL OF ME” NG ABS-CBN, HAHAMUNIN ANG ORAS SA NGALAN NG PAG-IBIG SIMULA LUNES

 

Dagdag sa Kapamilya Gold block ang pinakabagong obra maestrang pantelebisyon ng ABS-CBN na “All of Me,” ang romantic drama teleserye na hahamon sa oras para sa pangalawang pagkakataon sa pag-ibig simula ngayong Lunes (Agosto 31).

Umiikot ang kwento ng “All of Me” kay Manuel (Albert Martinez), isang 50-year-old na doktor na hahamunin ang oras para lamang ipaglaban ang kanyang pangalawang pagkakataon sa pag-ibig nang maging binata muli.

Ang “All of Me” rin ang major TV comeback ni JM de Guzman matapos ang kanyang breakthrough film na “That Thing Called Tadhana.”

Kasama ni JM sa bagong Kapamilya Gold teleserye sina veteran actor Albert Martinez, Kapamilya hunk actor Aaron Villaflor, at rising young actress Yen Santos na gaganap sa kanyang unang daring role bilang love interest ni JM.

Susundan ng teleserye ang buhay ni Manuel (Albert Martinez), isang doktor na iiwan ang kanyang masiglang karera at maninirahan sa isang isla matapos mamatay ang kanyang asawa. Sa isla niya makikilala si Lena (Yen Santos), isang dalagang muling magbibigay kulay sa kanyang buhay na mauuwi sa matamis na pag-iibigan.

Ngunit sa gabi ng kanilang honeymoon sa isla, isang hired killer ang magtatangka sa buhay ni Manuel, pero matatakasan niya ang kamatayan at mapapadpad sa isang magic portal na magiging tulay sa pagbabalik binata niya. Ngayon, isang binatang Manuel (JM de Guzman) na matutuklasan na tumakbo na ang oras ang haharap sa bagong hamon sa kanyang buhay – ang maghiganti at muling paibigin si Lena na isang maybahay na ng kanyang protégé na si Dr. Henry Nieves (Aaron Villaflor) o kalimutan ang mga masayang alaala nila ni Lena.

Ano ang handang kayang ibigay ni Manuel para ang nakaraan ay maging kasalukuyan?

Mula sa direksyon ni Dondon Santos, ang “All of Me” ang dramang hahamunin ang lahat pati ang oras para sa pag-ibig.

Tampok din sa inaabangang teleserye sina  Angel Aquino, Ina Raymundo, Neri Naig, Ana Capri, Micah Munoz, Jordan Herrera, Sue Ann Ramirez, at Akira Morishita.

Huwag palampasin ang pagsisimula ng kwento ni Manuel sa “All of Me” ngayong Lunes pagkatapos ng “It’s Showtime” sa ABS-CBN Kapamilya Gold. Para sa karagdagang impormasyon, bisitahin ang official “All of Me” accounts sa Facebook (All of Me TV), Twitter (@AllOfMeTV), at Instagram (@AllOfMeTV).

“all of me”: beneath the hidden dimensions of time (a review on the pilot episode of this new teleserye)

 

Stories that linger forevermore about the question of TIME. In folklore, occult novels, personal accounts, and yes, history.

Of people vanishing deep within the soil or deep within the seas, and when they reappear back, TIME has changed.

My grandfather, too, told me about a story of three fishermen-friends of his who were taken by mermaids and came back as little boys. He told me that story when he was sick and dying, but I vowed to him I won’t ever be scared at all.

Or what about the personal account of author T. Lobsang Rampa in one of his occult books- “The Third Eye”? He recounted there that he went to a place wherein time and space swallowed him and when he got out, he was already in an entirely different continent?

These and all still causes unbelief and amazement to many. But thanks to the very creative minds of the people behind a TV network- the channel 2 people- for giving and breathing-in a new life and a powerful concept for a TV series melodrama. An ancient tale has become the ‘backdrop’ of their new prime time teleserye, entitled “All of Me”.

A very beautiful pilot episode was seen and watched by a selected few during a press screening, attended by bloggers and movie press people, at Cinema 7 of SM Megamall last August 24, 2015.

The pilot episode seemed to swing you up and down as you felt like a baby in a cradle, being swayed upon by an invisible hand. No pretensions of grandeur and greatness, only a simple story-telling of a man’s life that rose up from a very tragic start.

The main lead was a boy who became a young man, and turned into a 56 year-old adult man. His name was Manuel, alternately played by Akira Morishita,

 

JM de Guzman and Albert Martinez.

His life was like a POEM, a lyrical song, with loving and sweet, lonely undertones. He lost all the people he so dearly loved, but emerged as a successful doctor who built-up a humble hospital in memory of his dead mom. But when he loved a woman and married her, she died.

He sought refuge in a watery land, where villagers are unassuming and kind. He lived a new kind of existence, seeking comfort in the ashes of his dead wife. Not until…

A young woman came along. Carefree, playful, sincere. And his heart became alive once more.

Albert Martinez as the old Manuel could makes you feel he was really ‘the’ JM de Guzman, the younger Manuel. To be able to do this seemed so hard, but a fine actor like Albert indeed transformed you into the hidden dimensions of time via ‘deja-vu‘s’, coupled-in by his powerful acting and controlled emotions.

Yen Santos as the young woman was so pretty to be true, angelic in nature, casual in her acting performance.

But another young supporting actor, in person of Arron Villaflor almost stole the show. His character as the other man who loved the young woman served as the bittersweet aspect of the plot. Arron exuded a great acting sensitivity this blogger had not seen for a long time.

Ms. Ana Capri, Neri Naig and Micah Munoz- the threesome bit players in most of the village scenes- looked so delightful, wholesome, wonderful. Especially that of Ms. Capri’s scene with Albert wherein she told him it’s okay for her as a mom to have him as his son-in-law. That scene was truly delightful! Wow.

The production design of this “almost- like- a- painting” pilot episode was so alluring, mystifying, that left you with a feeling of wanting to live there the rest of your life. Whoever is the production designer for this, simply deserves a “kneel down”.

The music “All of Me” by John Legend served as the perfect musical background for this pilot episode. It’s so romantic to hear, recharging your spirits, regressing your mind, body and spirit to become young once more.

But the most touching of all, was the way director Dondon Santos attacked his rather captivating style of an artistic direction for a TV teleserye. It was almost like a full-length movie that you were watching. Anticipating the next scene, loving every frame and angles, shots and “bird’s eye views”. Truly AVANT-GARDE.

As the ocean rumbles, scrambles and raptures…

Or the skies turns blue, and the lights, orange.

Silhouettes from a different angle of time, once again, appear-

On the face and the image of the greatest young actor we had seen in this generation-

Mr. JM de GUZMAN.

As the younger Manuel, you could feel an almost mystical spirit, mixed-in with humbleness and perfection.

The way he ran in the sand dunes, the way he jumped, the way he cried, and smiled.

It’s ALL OF HIM.

Yes, without JM de GUZMAN in this TV teleserye, the “poetic justice” of a remarkable story-plot could not be put into a totally magnificent form.

It’s like, your embracing his very soul via this TV drama, loving him more, touching him more.

And,

you won’t ever want to lose him again

 

FOREVER.

 

(as the words were written by the “67”, in an infinite glory that separates a time dimension of space and eternity- recorded in robert manuguid silverio’s “book of love”).*

JM

 

proud of you, jm.
proud of you, jm.

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a blogger looks from behind on jm de guzman, carrying little akira
a blogger looks from behind on jm de guzman, carrying little akira
this blogger and "all of me"
this blogger and “all of me”

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jm de guzman: you are “all of me”…

 

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mula kay sssip 🙂

“Mula sa malayo, ay tinatanaw ka namin…

ikaw ay importante sa amin…

ikaw ay lahat ng amin…

mahalaga ka…

at sa muli,

narito kami…

 

PARA SA ‘YO”. *

 

( for more details about jm de guzman’s new teleserye “all of me”, please click this link: http://starcinema.abs-cbn.com/latest-news/august2015/august18/jm-de-guzman-given-another-chance-in-all-of-me )

“imbisibol, the movie”: somewhere along the way, you miss people and loose them all…

 

Unseen real-life dramas are better felt without any exaggerations and hypes. It’s simply felt and seen by the heart. Over-acting of characters and dramatic highs are deeply seen when a single character evokes too much sensitivity that ‘one’ can just shout with tears whether he dies or not in the end of a tragic story. 

It’s a suppressed feeling that many people deny. Or ignore. With all the complex characters involved in the film Imbisibol rolled into one, a soul rescued them all. And the bondage released. It’s the soul of that young man who ran deep within the snow and was gone from the last frame of the movie Imbisibol.

He somehow saved all the other characters of the film from further persecutions or jail terms, he was the ‘sacrificial lamb’ in the unseen hands of God. He was, yes, the truly INVICIBLE man at the end.

A young man who simply dreamed of a better life and put all his guts and will to work hard- for the future of her baby daughter. A young Filipino man, who, just like any other young man, had feelings of love for a girl, had drinking buddies, too, and worried on how to pay his rental bills. But as irony and bad fate struck, he lost them all forever in a glimpse of an eye.

Somewhere along the way, you miss people and loose them all. This is the truest essence and feeling of awe when you watch the film Imbisibol, in which, the truest plight and journey of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW’s) were presented in such a great calm, authenticity, danger and care.

The director of this film, a young married man and a father, too- in person of director Lawrence Fajardo, could have identified himself to that character portrayed in the film by a great young actor- Mr. JM de Guzman. For he did able present the character in its most accurate form and detail, that you’d miss that young man within you, who was working hard, starting a life with a new family, but distracted by many tribulations and envy.

A blogger had met that side of his self years ago, and he still sees it now to many young people he meets in drinking sessions and parties, as they tell stories of their adventures in far-away places. Young men, mostly.

To be able to survive in a foreign land, you must be as wise as a serpent and as free-wheeling as doves. But some don’t make it much. A few dies. Lesser ones return home a FAILURE.

As you grow old and weary working your butts-off just to send some money to your loved ones back home, you cling to other things and loose yourself- again. This was presented, on the other hand, by Allen Dizon’s (who won the Best Actor award at Sinag Maynila fest) character in the film. He became a gambler, a hustler and a “has-been”. Yet, he survived. How ironical, isn’t it? Compared to that of JM de Guzman’s character who was purer and more honest, Allen’s character will live in the end, while JM’s died.

Not even the landlady who tried her best to save them all could no more do a thing at the end. She just hanged-in there and closed the glass sliding doors, looking-in for more hopes and miracles, together with an old friend who simply visited her in that apartment row of “illegal aliens” in a Japanese countryside.

The landlady and the old friend were no less than portrayed in the film by Ms. Ces Quesada and Bernardo Bernardo. The climactic ending scenes were executed with subtlety and raw passion. Yet truly felt. As Ces’ and Bernardo’s characters tried to laugh it off back, tears were hidden and joys were gone. As they were the elders in this little “illegal aliens” community of Japan, they, again, could do no more as the Japanese authorities were already pursuing the accidental criminal and the inevitable domino-effect “entrapment” of the other illegal aliens who were all staying there.

And this is NOT a beautiful story, after all. Because you would feel for the safety of your fellow Filipinos working there in Japan, because you would suddenly remember your relatives who also works there, because you would cry for justice, for equality, for love.

But the director of the film greatly presented this in lyrical and poetic form. In ‘still lives’ (almost like picturesque paintings) and smooth melodies. What more could you ask for?

This is JM de Guzman’s greatest acting film. His scenes here may not be mainstream-ly ‘executed’, but tremendous in accuracy and catches. His eyes speak, his body moves forming like perfect pictures and landscapes and his aura, whew, greatly transformed into deepest sensibilities.

Ms. Ces Quesada’s fine acting skills added more subdued intensity all-throughout the film. How could a very good character actress like her very seldom gets a role like this in a lifetime? We dare ask. She truly deserved the Best Actress award she got in this film.

Allen Dizon’s delivery, on the other hand, was so consistent. Maybe this was the reason why he got the trophy, too. He was truly “in character”.

Ricky Davao, who appeared briefly in the few scenes at the first part of the film, was awesome. You would miss his character all throughout the film …

The cinematography of this film, added with a great production design and texture was truly marvelous and unforgettable. It created a lingering feeling of  “absence and captivity”.

The direction, the finest among them, crafted by the hands of a young and promising indie film maker- would last a LIFETIME.

In the end, there’s one great SOUL who provided the MAGNIFICENCE.

His little nuances of acting, his slight but meaningful executions of words and dialogues, his great sensitivity incomparable to that of an old man’s- was, indeed, ETHEREAL IN FORM.

One veteran actor, one giant in the field of performing artistry, one humble person- MADE IT ALL LARGER THAN LIFE ITSELF- VIA THIS FILM.

And his name: Bernardo Bernardo.

Because without him and his character in this film,

Again, we say, that life would never be the same again…

 

JUST LIKE FOREVER.

 

(words by robert manuguid silverio)

BERNARDO BERNARDO
BERNARDO BERNARDO
JM DE GUZMAN
JM DE GUZMAN
CES QUESADA
CES QUESADA
ALLEN DIZON
ALLEN DIZON
DIRECTOR LAW FAJARDO
DIRECTOR LAW FAJARDO

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“Cavatina” (from the movie “the deer hunter”) – by Ana Vidovic

(from abs-cbn news.com): ‘Tadhana’ is top grossing local indie film of all time

‘Tadhana’ is top grossing local indie film of all time

by ABS-CBNnews.com

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http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/entertainment/03/15/15/tadhana-top-grossing-local-indie-film-all-time (link)

MANILA – “That Thing Called Tadhana” starring Angelica Panganiban and JM De Guzman has been declared the highest grossing independent film of all time.

After sold-out screenings in theaters nationwide, the movie is now scheduled to hit theaters in the United States starting on March 27.

According to the official figures, the blockbuster hit already amassed a staggering P134 million last month. It was able to pass the P100-million mark in less than two weeks since it first hit theaters.

Aside from being a box-office hit, the movie has also harvested numerous awards, including the Audience Choice and Best Actress awards at the 2014 Cinema One Originals Film Festival, as well as the Best Actor award at the Gawad Pasado.

“That Thing Called Tadhana” has also been selected in various international film festivals. Jadaone’s film will compete at the Osaka Asian Film Festival 2015 and will be part of the Los Angeles Asian Film Festival, and at the Hawaii International Film Festival.

“I am very excited because our Kapamilya abroad will have the chance to watch the film. I hope that ‘Tadhana’ will experience the same success abroad as it did here in the country,” Panganiban said.

As for De Guzman, he is truly grateful for everyone who watched his movie since this served as his comeback film.

“I am very thankful that the role of Anthony was given to me. From the very start, I have believed in the script and the people behind the film because ‘Tadhana’ has a very compelling story, but I did not expect that it would be such a big hit. Everything is happening so fast. I mean, we already have an international screening and we’re taking part in international film festivals. It’s so surreal,” he said.

Originally an entry to the Cinema One Originals Film Festival last year, the romantic-comedy by Antoinette Jadaone tells the story of Mace (Panganiban) and Anthony (de Guzman), strangers who meet at an airport in Rome, Italy, as they decide to go on a road trip in Luzon to help each other mend their broken hearts.

Angelica Panganiban and JM De Guzman re-enact their pose on the poster of their movie “That Thing Called Tadhana” during the film's victory party last week. Photo: Handout
Angelica Panganiban and JM De Guzman re-enact their pose on the poster of their movie “That Thing Called Tadhana” during the film’s victory party last week. Photo: Handout
jm rocks!
jm rocks!

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veteran theater icon bernardo bernardo AND jm de guzman appears on “imbisibol”, an indie film entry for sinag maynila indie film fest

bernardo bernardo in "imbisibol"
bernardo bernardo in “imbisibol”
(GRABBED FROM BERNARDO BERNARDO’S FACEBOOK STATUS, BELOW):

“LAHAT TAYO ME KAKILALA, KAIBIGAN O KAMAG-ANAK NA OFW: Ito ang Tunay na Buhay ng mga “Bagong Bayani” sa Ibang Bansa–IMBISIBOL. Sinag Maynila, happening on March 18-24, 2015, presents Lawrence Fajardo’s “Imbisibol” starring Allen Dizon, Ces Quesada, Bernardo Bernardo, and JM de Guzman. Also starring JC Santos, Onyl Torres, Angelina Kanapi, Fred Lo, Naoki Takai, Shinepi Suzuki, May Alleman, Kaz Sawamura, Masaharu Iwamoto, Oyee Barro, Ms. Cynthia Luster and Mr. Ricky Davao.

“Imbisibol” follows the lives of four Filipino migrant workers in Japan – Linda, Benjie, Manuel and Rodel – who, amidst their individual struggles, are suddenly caught together in an even more complex game of hide and seek where staying invisible is the only way to survive. Shot mostly on location in Fukuoka and Hokkaido, Japan, IMBISIBOL premieres on March 18 as one of the finalists in the first Sinag-Maynila indie film festival spearheaded by Cannes Film Festival Best Director Brillante Mendoza. Based on a script by John Bedia and Herlyn Alegre. Boy Yniguez is Director of Photography and Rolando T. Inocencio is Assistant Director. Kimmy Maclang is Production Manager while Krisma Maclang Fajardo is the Producer.. Catch ‪#‎ImbisibolMovie‬ during the ‪#‎SinagMaynila‬ film festival at the nearest participating SM cinemas.”–BB**

ssip FROM SSSIP 🙂 “I admire him so much since i was just a very small kid. Theater icon Bernardo Bernardo on this new indie film! Tapos kasama pa si baby JM de Guzman ko sa film. Oh, my. Surely, I will watch this film. Skeds below”:

 

BABY JM DE GUZMAN IN "IMBISIBOL"
BABY JM DE GUZMAN IN “IMBISIBOL”

SINAG MAYNILA Film Festival will open on March 18, Wednesday, with opening ceremonies at SM AURA at 6:00 pm officially launching the regular screenings of all the indie finalists in all of the 7 participating SM Cinemas. The Gala screening of IMBISIBOL will be on March 19, Thursday, at SM Aura Premier. The screening will promptly start at 9:00pm, followed by a Q & A after the screening.

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