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You have got to watch the movie this weekend. You will like everything about it. Promise.
And if it helps in your decision, “No Other Woman” has been rated A by the Cinema Evaluation Board.
It doesn’t take a genius to guess that infidelity is the film’s main subject matter. But go beyond jaded notions about spending two hours on something that has been told so many times before. Director Ruel Bayani masterfully directed all his performers as the trio of Anne Curtis, Derek Ramsay and Cristine Reyes came up with splendid performances worthy of an applause. Add to that the attention-grabbing turns of supporting players Carmi Martin and Tirso Cruz III plus a screenplay that is both fluid and engaging, and you’ve got both a critical and box-office hit.
“No Other Woman” is a co-production of Star Cinema and Viva Films.
Catch it now! 🙂
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I’ve always followed Jeffrey Jeturian’s career as a Director (and also as an on-and-off beauty pageant aficionado). From his ‘Pila Balde‘ days to TV stints via ‘Maalaala Mo Kaya? and ‘Rosalka’, I was there watching his works. And now that he is officially part of Cinemalaya 2011‘s Directors’ Showcase category, I’ll definitely find time to watch his latest – “Bisperas” (Eve).
From the festival website, I quoted the movie’s plot details as follows:
The eve of Christmas, the Aguinaldo family’s residence is burglarized, causing its members to identify stolen items and uncover lingering sentiments they have hidden from each other. Amidst the tension brought about by the burglary, the Aguinaldo family realizes how treasured sentiments have been lost, relationships have evolved as they arrive from church at a house in shambles.
The ensemble acting should be a excellent watch and how the characters play up amidst a relatively unusual incident that happens on, of all nights, Christmas eve.
“Bisperas” stars Tirso Cruz III, Raquel Villavicencio, Julia Clarete, Edgar Allan Guzman, Jennifer Sevilla, Aryanna Santiago, Jen Donnaire and Kimmy Maclang. Jeffrey Jeturian directs from the screenplay of Paul Sta. Ana.
Do catch one of its’ screenings during Cinemalaya 2011 which commences July 15, Friday next week.