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Rory B. Quintos
One of the Most Dramatic and Emotional Philippine Movie ever to be screened!
This movie has a lot of meaning to it and a lot of emotional scenes on it and therefore making it: The Most Dramatic and Emotional Philippine Movies to be shown Pinoy-Wide! Seeing the first 20 minutes of the film was one of the happy parts on it until lightning struck during the movie. And most of all: Made some people cry throughout this film.
All the crew, directors, producer and the actors/actresses did an excellent job on doing this film, because this film has more meaning that will make everyone understand and making it dramatic to believe. Seeing this film is like: Making people turn on the Waterworks each time they see a sad scene! But most importantly, the story, the plot, the characters, the crews etc. Made something that they will make filos understand as much as them. Even though it's so dramatic to watch and so hard to resist, it makes it all understanding...
9/10 WELL DONE!
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