Girls Dorm's SecretsFreshman Yi-Shuan is very excited to leave home and move to her college dorm. Strangely, due to the female pheromone in the house, Yi-Shuan and her other two roommates all have their periods on the same night, which is the synchronization of the menstrual cycle, also called: McClintock effect. Moreover, because of this effect, Yi-Shuan and her roommates start to see a ghost named: Chun-Qio. Chun-Qio is a virgin ghost, who is a believer of pure romance. On the other hand, the first roommate: Jessica is a party slut, who loves to party and selfie. And, the second roommate: Li-Chi is a chubby girl, who turns everything into fate and Tarot cards.
How will these 3 girls with such different personalities, who share the same period date, spend their dorm life together? Moreover, can these 3 cute-and-smart girls help Chun-Qio lose her virginity so that she can move on to be more of herself, even as a ghost? The craziest comedy about girls’ dorm life that you have ever seen! Kaleldo (2006)Kaleldo gives the viewer a glimpse of the nature of life. The film tells the story of a motherless family a decade after the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo inundated the town of Guagua in Pampanga with lagar-a clear singular display of the force of nature. Mang Rudy, the widowed woodcarver, wields an iron hand over his three daughters: the fun-loving but rebellious Grace, the youngest, who goes through the throes of adjusting to married life; the feisty and headstrong Lourdes, the middle daughter, who succumbs to an extra-marital affair; and the subservient and discriminated on eldest, Jess, a lesbian who brings home her girlfriend to take care of the father after he succumbs to a heart attack. The story unfolds in a series of events ( a wedding,a santacruzan, a parade, the annihilation of the summer cogon by fire, a death) that marks the beginning (early summer-"Kaleldo"), the middle (midsummer-"Maleldo") and the end (late summer-"Kauran") of summer. This confirms the film's statement that life, like the various turn of events that govern the characters' lives, is as changeable and volatile as the seasons. SenoritaWanting to quit sex work in Manila and start a new life elsewhere, Sofia, a transgender woman (played by the director himself, Vincent Sandoval), gets her chance when an old friend asks Sofia to look after her 12-year-old son Tomas while she works overseas for a year. Sofia packs her bags and moves to Talisay, a small town, where she reinvents herself as Donna, guardian of young Tomas. As she's about to settle into this quiet, idyllic life, the past creeps up on Donna-- she discovers that town mayor Tiongson who is seeking re-election is a crony of her regular client back in Manila, Verano. Determined to erase any trace of her past from her new life with Tomas, Donna discreetly hatches a plan to remove Tiongson from power and rid the town of Verano’s influence. As election season begins, Donna offers to help the campaign of Tiongon’s opponent, who is unaware of Donna’s true motives. To finance his campaign, Donna decides to return to Manila once a week for sex work – under the guise of joining gay beauty pageants. As the stakes get higher, Donna realizes that there is no easy way out of the double life she is leading.