by Jeffrey Jeturian
A mother and her daughter—who are both victims of incest-rape perpetrated by the same man now languishing in jail—are approached by a couple of filmmakers with an offer to produce a movie based on the two women’s true story. They hesitate on the idea at first but agree eventually for the sum of money they will be paid in exchange for selling the rights to the material. When the finished film is finally shown in theaters, they proceed to the city all the way from their hometown to catch the screening. They are elated at the prospect of seeing the larger-than-life versions of themselves. But as the motion picture gradually unfolds before their very eyes, they instead go through another harrowing experience of a lifetime.
Direction: Jeffrey Jeturian. Screenplay: Armando Lao. Cinematography: Boy Yñiguez, Shayne Clemente and Sherman So. Editing: Ron Dale. Sound: Ross Diaz and Rick Loresto, Jr. Production Design: Ron Heritan. Music: Jay Durias. Cast: Ina Raymundo, Klaudia Koronel, Jaclyn Jose, Irma Adlawan, Dante Rivero, Nante Montreal, Eric Parilla, Raymond Nieva, Menggie Cobarrubias, Crispin Pineda, Frank Rivera.
2001 109 minutes color 35mm Regal Entertainment