Showing in cinema: December 25, 2016
Director: Marlon Rivera
Stars: Eugene Domingo, Kean Cipriano, Cai Cortez
MTRCB: Rated PG
Eugene prepares for her comeback vehicle after a long sabbatical from movie making. Rainier proposes “The Itinerary,” a heartbreaking anatomy of a crumbling marriage as told through a couple’s trip to Baguio, their former honeymoon location. Eugene Domingo is excited by the project but she has other ideas in mind. In the film within the film, we see Eugene’s absurd suggestions and recommendations changing Rainier’s script by employing the poetic of the Pinoy romantic comedy genre into what is supposedly a realistic portrayal of love and marriage.
– Written by akosijesu
It appears like that starting now, there is an early most loved for the up and coming Metro Manila Film Festival this December. The spin-off of what they named as the most joyful motion picture of the year “Ang Babae sa Septik Tank 2: Forever is Not Enough” is making the waves online after MMFF authorities reported the TOP 8 sections that will contend on December 25 for both for honors and film industry receipts.
Featuring Eugene Domingo as herself, Ang Babae sa Septik Tank is an account of producers and a performing artist attempting to make a motion picture to understand that worldwide honors they were competing to get. Coordinated by Marlon Rivera and composed by Chris Martinez, two of my most loved moviemakers, this spin-off is currently the most discuss motion picture for December 25 after Mano Po, Enteng 10 and Super Parental Guardians neglected to make it to the rundown. In light of different posts via web-based networking media, the gathering of people are presently (and may organize) the motion picture to watch on December 25.