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Sunday, March 31, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1210: CHIQUITO (IN THE TITLE ROLE), LIZA LORENA, AL TANTAY, LILIBETH RANILLO, WITH TITO, VIC & JOEY IN "MANG KEPWENG" (1979)


"Mang Kepweng" (1979)
GP Films
Release Date September 14, 1979
Based on the character created by Al Magat
Direction F.H. Constantino
Cast Chiquito (in the title role), Liza Lorena, Al Tantay, Lilibeth Ranillo/ with Tito, Vic & Joey/ Introducing Myrna Velasco/ Also Starring Tintoy, Moody Diaz, Palitoo, Tony Carrion, Robert Talby, Jarro Joaquin, Robert Miller, Danny Riel/ plus surprise guest superstars





Thursday, March 28, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1209: NORA AUNOR (IN THE TITLE ROLE), NIDA BLANCA, CHICHAY, LLOYD SAMARTINO, REZ CORTEZ IN "ANNIE BATUNGBAKAL" (1979)

The original theatrical poster of "Annie Batungbakal" (1979)


"Annie Batungbakal" (1979)
NV Productions
Release Date September 14, 1979
Story and Screenplay Jake Tordesillas
Cinematography Jose Batac, Jr.
Editor Edgardo Vinarao
Choreography Geleen Eugenio
Production Design Fiel Zabat
Music The Hotdog
Direction Maryo J. delos Reyes
Cast Nora Aunor (in the title role), Nida Blanca, Chichay, Lloyd Samartino, Rez Cortez/ Also Starring Juan Rodrigo, Lorli Villanueva, Michael Vallar, Mary Grace Santos and The Hotdog/ with Wea, Tic Tac Toe Dancers/  Special Guests- Freddie Aguilar, Ishmael Bernal, Rona;d Corveau, Geleen Eugenio, Ed Finlan, Jay Ilagan, Victor Laurel, Rio Locsin, Anna Marin, Tina Monasterio,German Moreno,Bebong Osorio,Mat Ranillo III, Ritchie, Chanda Romero, Victor Wood




Tuesday, March 26, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1208: CHARITO SOLIS, EDDIE RODRIGUEZ, LIZA LORENA, AMY AUSTRIA, MICHAEL SANDICO, WINNIE SANTOS AND INTRODUCING LLOYD SAMARTINO IN "GABUN: AMA MO, AMA KO" (1979)


"Gabun: Ama Mo, Ama Ko" (1979)
Agrix Films Productions, Inc.
Release Date September 7, 1979
Based on the One-Act Play, "Gabun" by Tony Perez
Screenplay Tom Adrales
Cinematography Jose Batac, Jr.
Editor Eduardo "Boy" Vinarao
Music Idan Cortez
Direction Maryo J. de los Reyes
Cast Charito Solis, Eddie Rodriguez, Liza Lorena, Amy Austria, Michael Sandico, Winnie Santos/ Introducing Lloyd Samartino

Monday, March 25, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1207: JOSEPH ESTRADA, BOOTS ANSON-ROA, WITH PAQUITO DIAZ, ERNIE ZARATE, RUEL VERNAL, RUBEN RUSTIA IN "WARRANT OF ARREST" (1979)



"Warrant of Arrest" (1979)
JE Productions
Release Date September 6, 1979
Screenplay Augusto Buenaventura  & Diego Cagahastian
Cinematography Fredy Conde
Music Ernani Cuenco
Direction Augusto Buenaventura
Cast Joseph Estrada, Boots Anson-Roa/ Also Starring Paquito Diaz, Ernie Zarate, Ruel Vernal, Ruben Rustia, Nello Nayo, Nitoy Escano, Jesse Lee/ Introducing Aloha, George Gerard Ejercito

Saturday, March 23, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1206: PHILLIP SALVADOR, AMY AUSTRIA, WITH JOHNNY DELGADO, ANITA LINDA, TONIO GUTIERREZ, ROI VINZON AND MENGIE COBARRUBIAS IN LINO BROCKA'S "JAGUAR" (1979)

The original theatrical poster of Lino Brocka's "Jaguar" (1979)



"Jaguar" (1979)
Bancom Audiovision Productions
Release Date August 31, 1979
Story and Screenplay Jose Lacaba and Ricardo Lee
Cinematography Conrado Baltazar
Editor Rene Tala
Music Vanishing Tribe
Direction Lino Brocka
Cast Phillip Salvador, Amy Austria/ Also Starring Johnny Delgado, Anita Linda, Tonio Gutierrez, Roi Vinzon and Mengie Cobarrubias

(Synopsis) Because he works as a security guard, Poldo Miranda (Phillip Salvador) is often called “jaguar” (“guwardya” or “guard” in reverse slang). Poldo, a well-built man in his mid-twenties, lives in the slums from which he desperately longs to escape. He has ambitions of rising up in the world, of becoming somebody. He ingratiates himself in the good graces of his boss, Sonny Gaston (Menggie Cobarrubias), a rich playboy who treats his subordinates with the irresponsibility and lack of concern of a feudal landlord.

One night, Poldo saves Sonny from the assaults of Direk (Johnny Delgado), Sonny’s on-and-off friend. Impressed by his Muhammad Ali blows, Sonny takes Poldo as his personal bodyguard and makes him a member of his gang. Poldo ends up as the errand boy but he is thrilled at the thought of being accepted by the upper crust.

Sonny and Direk are reconciled. In Direk’s office, Sonny meets Cristy Montes (Amy Austria), Direk’s new girl. The master and bodyguard both betray a fondness for this girl from the slums --- Sonny aggressively courting Cristy with promises of movie roles while Poldo maintaining a servile distance to her. Direk is infuriated when Cristy leaves him and sets a dragnet for Sonny. A drunken Sonny hears of the threats and foolishly confronts Direk in his nightclub. Sonny is trapped and the only way for him to escape is to leave Poldo behind holding a gun. Poldo unintentionally shoots Direk. He runs as fast as he could from the place.

Poldo’s first impulse is to seek protection from his boss but Sonny is ready to junk him. He gives money to him to leave Manila. Poldo has no place to hide. Cristy refers him to her former boarding place in the slums--- run by a family whose breadwinner is involved in a prolonged strike.

Meanwhile, because of the sensational publicity, Cristy Montes becomes a big star. She breaks off with Sonny. She begins to see Poldo more often and plans his escape to a southern island. However, on the night of his departure, the police stage a “sona” — a routine flushing out of criminal elements in the slums. Poldo thinks they are after him and runs to the top of the garbage dump. He is seen running and is cornered by the police.

Sonny Gaston visits his former bodyguard in jail. He asks him to sign documents which would clear him from any involvement in Direk’s death. Poldo is maddened by his request and lunges at him. It is only the timely intervention of the police that stops him from killing Sonny.

Source: Lino Brocka: The Artist and His Times — 



Film Review 
by Justino M. Dormiendo
First published at Sagisag Magazine, October 1979
Re-published at The URIAN Anthology, 1970-79


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Phillip Salvador



Phillip Salvador and Amy Austria


Phillip Salvador


Director Lino Brocka directs his young stars, Amy Austria and Phillip Salvador in a love scene... on the set of Bancom Audiovision's "Jaguar" (1979)


Tuesday, March 19, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1205: RUDY FERNANDEZ, GEORGE ESTREGAN, DANTE VARONA, SUSAN VALDEZ, VERONICA JONES AND RAMON ZAMORA IN "DAKIPIN... KILLERS FOR HIRE" (1979)


"Dakipin... Killers for Hire" (1979)
DSF Film Productions
Release Date August 31, 1979
Story and Screenplay Manny Ruta
Cinematography Rudy Dino
Editor Segundo Ramos
Music Demet Velasquez
Direction Junn P. Cabreira
Cast Rudy Fernandez, George Estregan, Dante Varona, Susan Valdez, Veronica Jones and Ramon Zamora/ Also Starring Romy Diaz, Dencio Padilla, Baldo Marro, Carlo Fernando, Larry Esguerra, Avel Morado, Romy Nario, Mel Arca, Romy Blanco, Rod Francisco

Monday, March 18, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1204: VILMA SANTOS, JUNIOR, LEAH NAVARRO, TITO, VIC & JOEY AND ROLLY QUIZON IN "ROCK, BABY, ROCK!" (1979)


"Rock, Baby, Rock!" (1979)
Lea Productions
Release Date August 24, 1979
Choreography Geleen Eugenio
Cinematography Jose Batac, Jr.
Music Vicor Music Corporation
Screenplay and Direction Oscar Miranda
Cast Vilma Santos, Junior, Lead Navarro, Tito, Vic & Joey and Rolly Quizon/ Also Starring Lorli Villanueva, Geleen Eugenio, Val Sotto, Myrna Velasco, Joey Gutierrez, Rosanna de Guzman, Richie Reyes, Maripaz Salvador, Frederick/ Special Participation- VST & Company/ Guest Stars- Luvita Soriano, J. Antonio Carrio/ Featuring The Black Gold Dancers, The Wea Dancers, The Pacifica Dancers

THE SEVENTIES # 1203: PHILLIP SALVADOR, LORNA TOLENTINO, ELIZABETH OROPESA, EDDIE GARCIA IN "NANG UMAPOY ANG KARAGATAN" (1979)


"Nang Umapoy ang Karagatan" (1979)
Showbiz Incorporated
Release Date August 24, 1979
Cinematography Ricardo Herrera
Film Editing Augusto Salvador
Music Ernani Cuenco
Direction Efren C. Pinon
Cast Phillip Salvador, Lorna Tolentino, Elizabeth Oropesa, Eddie Garcia, Max Alvarado, Paquito Diaz


Director Efren C. Pinon gives instructions to lead actor Phillip Salvador, on the set of Showbiz Inc.'s "Nang Umapoy ang karagatan" (1979)

Saturday, March 16, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1202: VILMA SANTOS, CHRISTOPHER DE LEON, ALMA MORENO IN ELWOOD PEREZ'S "MAGKARIBAL" (1979)


"Magkaribal" (1979)
Regal Films
Release Date August 17, 1979
Story and Screenplay Toto Belano
Film Editor Rogelio Salvador
Cinematography Johnny Araojo
Music Ernani Cuenco
Direction Elwood Perez
Cast Vilma Santos, Christopher de Leon, Alma Moreno 


Friday, March 15, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1201: NIÑO MUHLACH (IN THE TITLE ROLE), BETH BAUTISTA, GEORGE ESTREGAN, DINDO FERNANDO AND ANDY POE IN "PEPENG KULISAP" (1979)


"Pepeng Kulisap" (1979)
D' Wonder Films, Inc.
Release Date August 10, 1979
Serialized in Holiday Komiks
Story L. P. Calixto
Screenplay Joeben Miraflor, Jr.
Cinematography Hermo U. Santos
Music Nonong Avila
Direction J. Erastheo Navoa
Cast NiñMuhlach (in the title role), Beth Bautista, George Estregan, Dindo Fernando and Andy Poe/ with Chichay, Sheryl (Cruz), Dick Israel

Thursday, March 14, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1200: RIO LOCSIN, PHILLIP SALVADOR AND AL TANTAY IN "RISA JONES: SHOWGIRL!" (1979)


"Risa Jones: Showgirl!" (1979)
Melrose Productions
Release Date August 3, 1979
Theme Song- "Simbolo," sung by Yoly Sasis
Story Cloyd Robinson and Ruben Arthur Nicdao
Cinematography Rudy Dino
Film Editor Rogelio Salvador
Production/Art Direction Ruben Arthur Nicdao
Music James Villafuerte
Direction Cloyd Robinson
Cast Rio Locsin, Phillip Salvador and Al Tantay/ Also Starring Veronica Jones, Mona Lisa and Tony Santos, Sr./ with Ingrid Salas, Tonio Gutierrez, Ruthie Roces

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1199: GEORGE ESTREGAN, LIZA LORENA AND BETH BAUTISTA IN "HUWAG" (1979)


"Huwag" (1979)
Seven- Star Productions
Release Date August 1, 1979
Story Ed Palmos
Music George Canseco
Direction Manuel Cinco
Cast George Estregan, Liza Lorena and Beth Bautista/ Also Starring Allan Valenzuela, Ruben Rustia, Cynthia Gonzales, Rustica Carpio

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1198: DOLPHY & PANCHITO, LOTIS KEY, IKE LOZADA, NONA HERRERA AND MAX ALVARADO IN "MAX EN JESS" (1979)





"Max en Jess" (1979)
Bancom Audiovision Corporation
A Four-N- Films Productions
Release Date July 27, 1979
Based on the popular Tagalog Klasiks comic strips by Bert R. Sarile
Cinematography Rudy Monteloyola
Music Clemente Soriano
Produced by Manuel M. Nuqui
Direction Bert R. Mendoza
Cast Dolphy & Panchito, Lotis Key, Ike Lozada, Nona Herrera and Max Alvarado/ Also Starring Conde Ubaldo, Er 'Canton' Salazar, Josie Quizon, Nonong de Andres, Mandy Bustamante/ Guests- Tintoy and Pugak

Monday, March 11, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1197: RIO LOCSIN, ORESTES OJEDA, JULIE ANN FORTICH AND AL TANTAY IN JOEY GOSIENGFIAO'S "KAMBAL SA UMA" (1979)


"Kambal sa Uma" (1979)
SQ Films
Release Date July 20, 1979
Story Jim Fernandez
Film Editor Rogelio Salvador
Photography Ricardo Jacintp
Prosthetics Ernie Carvajal
Direction Joey Gosiengfiao
Cast Rio Locsin, Orestes Ojeda, Julie Ann Fortich and Al Tantay/ Introducing Dennis Roldan and Isabel Rivas

Sunday, March 10, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1196: TONY FERRER AND LITO LAPID, WITH CHARLIE DAVAO, ANN VILLEGAS, JOSEPHINE MANUEL, DINAH DOMINGUEZ, VAL IGLESIA AND NICK ROMANO IN "BACK TO BACK" (1979)


"Back to Back" (1979)
Lea Productions
Release Date July 20, 1979
Story and Screenplay Antonio S. Mortel
Film Editor Edgardo Vinarao
Cameraman Rey Lapid
Music Rey Ramos
Direction Jerry O. Tirazona
Cast Tony Ferrer and  Lito Lapid/ Also Starring Charlie Davao, Ann Villegas, Josephine Manuel, Dinah Dominguez, Val Iglesia and Nick Romano

Saturday, March 9, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1195: REY MALONZO, PHILIP GAMBOA, DONNA VILLA, MANNY LUNA, IKE LOZADA, SARAH GUMABAO, JACK LEE IN "THEY CALL HIM BRUCE LEE" (1979)

The original theatrical poster of "They Call Him Bruce Lee" (1979)



"The Call Him Bruce Lee" (1979)
Kinavesa International
Release Date July 13, 1979
Cinematography Joe Tutanes
Film Editor Nap Montebon
Music Totoy Nuke
Screenplay and Direction Jun Posadas
Cast Rey Malonzo, Philip Gamboa, Donna Villa, Manny Luna, Ike Lozada, Sarah Gumabao, Jack Lee/ Also Starring Don Pepot, Richard Olney, Don Gordon, Joe Garcia, Butch Weber, Clem Fernandez, Tony Lao/ Special Guest Star- Veronica Jones

THE SEVENTIES # 1194: CHIQUITO, ALMA MORENO, WITH PHILIP GAMBOA, MARTIN MARFIL, NIEVES MANUEL IN "SI GORIO AT ANG DAMONG LIGAW" (1979)


"Si Gorio at ang Damong Ligaw" (1979)
Domber Films, Inc.
Release Date July 13, 1979
Screenplay Bert Duenas
Film Editor Pepe Marcos
Director of Photography Ramon Sanchez
Music Geyju
Produced by Bernadette P. Bernos
Story and Direction Enrique (Tintoy) Arcega
Cast Chiquito, Alma Moreno/ Also Starring Philip Gamboa, Martin Marfil, Nieves Manuel, Bukol Pangan, Nancy delos Santos, Renato del Prado/ Featuring Baby Jane/ Introducing Anne Aranas/ Special Participation- Jose A. Alano

Friday, March 8, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1193: LORNA TOLENTINO, CELIA RODRIGUEZ, RONALDO VALDEZ, GLORIA SEVILLA, FRED MONTILLA, MAAN HONTIVEROS, MANNY LUNA AND INTRODUCING AL TANTAY IN JOEY GOSIENGFIAO'S "ISKANDALO!:" (1979)


"Iskandalo!" (1979)
Regal Films
Release Date July 13, 1979
Story and Screenplay Toto Belano
Film Editor Ike Jarlego
Cinematography Ricardo Jacinto
Music Jun Latonio
Direction Joey Gosiengfiao
Cast Lorna Tolentino, Celia Rodriguez, Ronaldo Valdez, Gloria Sevilla, Fred Montilla, Maan Hontiveros, Manny Luna/ Introducing Al Tantay

Thursday, March 7, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1192: GEORGE ESTREGAN, CHONA CASTILLO, JOSEPHINE MANUEL AND DAVID AGUILA IN "DEVIL DAN (STUNTMAN FOR HIRE)" (1979)


"Devil Dan (Stuntman For Hire)" (1979)
AP Films International
Release Date July 6, 1979
Serialized in Kidlat Superkomix
Story Idea Danilo Roman
Film Editor Pepe Marcos
Screenplay Tony Pascua
Cinematography Joe Tutanes
Produced by Abella Pascual
Direction Ave C. Caparas
Cast George Estregan, Chona Castillo, Josephine Manuel and David Aguila/ Also Satrring Joaquin Fajardo, Arturo Moran, Baldo Marro/ Co-starring Rocco Montalban, Jun Santos, Rudy Evangelista, Eddie Nicart, Renato del Prado, Romy Nario, Avel Morado, Mel Arca, Linda Castro, Polly Saulog, Fred Ramos/ Featuring Jingle del Prado, Monnette Moran/ Special Participation of Ernie Ortega and Tsing Tong Tsai

(Movie ad- courtesy of James dela Rosa/ PelikulaATBP)

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1191: VILMA SANTOS, CHRISTOPHER DE LEON, BEMBOL ROCO AND VICTOR LAUREL IN "PINAY, AMERICAN STYLE" (1979)


"Pinay, American Style" (1979)
Regal Films
Release Date June 29, 1979
Story and Screenplay Toto Belano
Cinematography Felipe Sacdalan
Music Demet Velasquez
Direction Elwood Perez
Cast Vilma Santos, Christopher de Leon, Bembol Roco and Victor Laurel


Vilma Santos and Victor Laurel in "Pinay, American Style" (1979)

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1190: LITO LAPID (IN THE TITLE ROLE), CELIA RODRIGUEZ, GEORGE ESTREGAN, SUZANNE GONZALES, ALLAN VALENZUELA AND ANNA MARIN IN "TOM CAT" (1979)



"Tom Cat" (1979)
Mirick Films International
Release Date June 22, 1979
Serialized in Liwayway Magazine
Story Bienvenido Ramos
Direction Jun Gallardo
Cast Lito Lapid (in the title role), Celia Rodriguez, George Estregan, Suzanne Gonzales, Allan Valenzuela and Anna Marin/ Also Starring Dick Israel, Renato Robles, J. Antonio Carreon, Joy Navarro/ Featuring Bongchi/ Special participation of Ike Lozada

Monday, March 4, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1189: FERNANDO POE, JR., SUSAN ROCES, WITH TINA MONASTERIO, VERONICA JONES, DENCIO PADILLA, JERRY PONS IN "MAHAL...SAAN KA NANGGALING KAGABI?" (1979)



"Mahal... Saan Ka Nanggaling Kagabi?" (1979)
FPJ Productions
Release Date June 21, 1979
Story Pablo S. Gomez
Screenplay Fred Navarro
Cinematography Ben Lobo
Music and Direction Pablo Vergara
Cast Fernando Poe, Jr., Susan Roces/ Also Starring Tina Monasterio, Veronica Jones, Dencio Padilla, Jerry Pons, Victor Bravo, Vic Varrion, Tina Loy, Metring David, Popoy, Marissa Navarro/ with the special participation of Imelda Papin and Rod Navarro






Sunday, March 3, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1188: RAMON ZAMORA (IN THE TITLE ROLE), ALLAN VALENZUELA, ANN VILLEGAS IN "CHIMIKOY" (1979)


"Chimikoy" (1979)
Monza Film Productions
Release Date June 15, 1979
Story and Screenplay Panganiban, Marvin B.
Direction Ronaldo P. San Juan
Cast Ramon Zamora (in the title tole), Allan Valenzuela, Ann Villegas/ plus the biggest array
of top actors and actresses
Movie ad- courtesy of James dela Rosa

Saturday, March 2, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1187: RIO LOCSIN (IN THE TITLE ROLE), ROMNICK , REZ CORTEZ, RUEL VERNAL, DINO KORTES AND VERONICA JONES IN "BIRA! DARNA BIRA!" (1979)


"Bira! Darna Bira!" (1979)
MBM Productions
Release Date June 15, 1979
Screenplay Johnny Pangilinan
Cinematography JQ Monteloyola
Music Totoy Nuke
Produced and Story ACM
Direction Tito Sanchez
Cast Rio Locsin (in the title role), Romnick (Sarmenta), Rez Cortez, Ruel Vernal, Dino Kortes and Veronica Jones

Friday, March 1, 2019

THE SEVENTIES # 1186: LOLITA RODRIGUEZ, CHARITO SOLIS, RIO LOCSIN, WITH RIC RODRIGO, RAUL ARAGON, LAURICE GUILLEN IN LINO BROCKA'S "INA, KAPATID, ANAK" (1979)


"Ina, Kapatid, Anak" (1979)
Regal Films
Release Date June 8, 1979
Story and Screenplay Mel Chionglo
Cinematography Conrado Baltazar
Film Editor Augusto Salvador
Music Ernani Cuenco
Director Lino Brocka
Cast Lolita Rodriguez, Charito Solis, Rio Locsin/ with the special participation of Ric Rodrigo/ Also Starring Raul Aragon, Laurice Guillen, Lorli Villanueva, Manny Ojeda, The Peta Kalinagan Ensemble


(Synopsis) A resident of Chicago for twenty years, Pura (Lolita Rodriguez) arrives unannounced at her father’s house in the province. She is surprised at the dilapidation of their ancestral home. Her once haughty half-sister, Emilia (Charito Solis), whose family is occupying the house, is now in much reduced circumstances and is a beer-swilling piano teacher. Their father (Manny Ojeda) is bedridden. Thelma (Laurice Guillen), the other sister, has been castigated for carrying on with a married man and lives somewhere else. The poor relations have now taken over the ground floor. But her visit only opens up old wounds. The sibling rivalry resumes. Pura left the country to forget her failed romance with Manoling (Ric Rodrigo) who married Emilia. Emilia doesn't want her to forget that she was born a bastard.

Pura finds out that the farmlands have been sold and that the house has been mortgaged. She tries to set things in order. She has a friend look over the place to see if it could be converted into a museum. There is consternation among the poor relations who have become afraid that they might be asked to leave.

Pura is critical of Emilia’s lack of forwardness. She pounces on the couple’s inability to make ends meet. When Emilia’s daughter, Erlinda (Rio Locsin), asks for financial support in her campaign for the campus queen title, she lambasts the capriciousness of the activity, saying that the money could go into more beneficial undertakings. This angers Emilia who sees her daughter becoming more attached to Pura. The conflict comes to a head when the father dies. During the wake, Emilia’s lover, Alex (Raoul Aragon), a carnival factotum, is mauled by the guests. Erlinda is slapped and dragged by her hair. Emilia and Pura have their confrontation. Emilia accuses her of trying to alienate the affections of her father, husband and daughter from her. Pura admits she wanted revenge for her marrying her lover.

The following day, the two are in a more conciliatory mood. Emilia begs pardon for her behavior. Pura shuns it aside, saying that both of them were in the wrong. There has been anger in their hearts all their years and finally it has been brought out. Pura leaves the place, saying that the house is all hers.

Source: Lino Brocka: The Artist and His Times







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Source: Lino Brocka: The Artist and His Times



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