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The American Dream, an immigrant’s nightmare. It is immediately after 9/11 and the US authorities have begun their crackdown on migrants. RIGODON follows the story of three Filipinos – Dante, the intellectual who helps get false documents to illegal immigrants, one of which is Amado the has-been boxer, and Salome, the war-bride yearning for home. Their stories intersect in this harsh crucible of terror-stricken New York City.
Jacko Teves owns Puccini's, an Italian restaurant in Bacolod City. When a monstrous cock fighting debt sets him at odds with Boss Dolpo, he offers his restaurant up as payment. Boss Dolpo brings in Cassie Labayen as a consultant to renovate the restaurant. Much to Jacko's dismay, Cassie decides to offer Negrense cuisine instead of Italian. The pair then set off across the province re-discovering the unique aspects of Negrense food.
Jose Rizal's life and works are recounted through a series of non-linear flashbacks which reflect on various aspects of his life - as writer, propagandist, lover, friend, brother, doctor and the man that inspired a revolution.
Bayaning 3rd World
Part-investigative documentary, part-satire and shot entirely in black-and-white, the film tackles the mystery that surrounds the life and death of the Filipino hero, Jose Rizal.
Ang Paglipad Ng Anghel
Explore the story of Gabby, a young accountant in a television network, who leads an uneventful, if not boring, life. He wakes up to a regular day, does his daily routine, until on his way to work he sees an old beggar asking for help. He helps the old, sickly lady and brings her to a hospice where the nuns take care of the old and dying. After this act of charity, he starts noticing feathers growing on his back. As the feathers grow into full wings and complicate his life, he starts to face the consequences of being an “angel”.
Ataul For Rent
Ataul for Rent is a narrative social satire movie depicting the lives of the slum dwellers of "Kalyehong Walang Lagusan", a very narrow, congested, miserable alley/compound in a typical squatter's area. The story revolves around the lives of a live-in couple who owns a small-time funeral parlor renting out coffins of four different sizes, small, medium, large and extra small. Guido, the owner, doubles as the embalmer, while his partner, Pining, does the make-up and uses the same implements for both the dead and the living and is the jueteng kubrador of the neighborhood.