With ten Oscar nominations, Sam Mendes ' 1917 is a technical marvel. We explore how he made the film look like one epic shot. Join us Sunday at 4:30 p. m. PT for IMDb LIVE presented by M&M'S at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party. Sun, 30 Dec 2018 9:51 PM Watched OTLUM last night out of curiosity. Surprisingly, it wasn't that bad. In fact, dahil madyadong negative ang review sa movie, it exceeded our expectations haha. Daming scary scenes and gulat factor pero yea need pa konting polish. Jerome Ponce's acting skill is highly commendable, though. 4 Stars. F Fortune Evangelista Sun, 30 Dec 2018 12:03 PM One star is all i can give in this movie... a complete trash omise J Josh Ko Day Fri, 28 Dec 2018 7:13 PM JUSME! The only millenial in this movie is its title. Ang luma ng konsepto. Wala man lang social media involvement. Parang namiss ko tuloy ang “Shake, Rattle, and Roll. ” Napakabagal ng mga pangyayare, wala rin namang panggulat sa ending. Kung hindi lang cute si Ricci Rivero, nilayasan ko na ang pelikulang to. Josh ko day! Hindi ko alam. Hindi ko maintindihan kung bakit pinasok ito ng selection committee ng MMFF sa walo over a Brillante Mendoza film or a Mark Meily film. Kasi horror? Wala namang nakakatakot dun sa pinakita nila. Matutuwa pa ko kung nagfocus sila sa istorya ng pangmomolestiya ng pare or do something like Erik Mattis Resureksyon. Ang panget ng Otlum. Period. Sayang sa oras. Josh ko day! joshkoday #mmff2018 #otlum E Eleanor Noelle Inting Thu, 27 Dec 2018 9:36 AM 1/10. Super pangit, sayang lang pera F Francesca Hernandez Wed, 26 Dec 2018 2:04 AM I was expecting a really good horror movie this metro manila film festival. I was so disappointed by the scare factors, not once did I flinch during the movie. Actors feel like theyve returned to beginner level of acting. Overall a 1 star, 10/10 would prefer old shake rattle & roll movies. M Mary Lynn Flotildes It wasn't a good movie. The cast were pretty decent. Too bad the plot was garbage.

Free online odlum park. Free online odlum programs. Free online otome games english. Free online odlum songs. Fred (Buboy Villar) has always wanted to feel like he belonged - and attention is the last thing he can expect from family and friends. He then meets a group of friends in campus, Allan (Jerome Ponce) Dindo (Ricci Rivero) Verna (Michelle Vito) Erwin (Vitto Marquez) and Caloy (Danzel Fernandez) a mix of spoiled and nice students whose personalities will clash on how they will treat Fred who is desperate to be part of their group. The group led by Allan despite the strong disapproval by Dindo decided to take fried in one condition - he has to go through an initiation. Fred is posed with a simple challenge - stay inside an old, abandoned orphanage in one night. It sounds easy until Fred discovers that he is inexplicably stuck inside the orphanage and there's no way out. The abandoned orphanage having a deep dark story in the past - the group are not sparred with a bunch of problems coming their way. With OTLUMS out in revenge roaming around the abandoned orphanage, the mysteries are just waiting to be uncovered. OTLUM is a mediocre horror that has own brand of soapy, giggling thrills to deliver.  It might be consider a longer version of a Shake, Rattle & Roll episode. In fairness to newbie actors, Ricci Rivero and Danzel Fernandez, they been able to deliver in acting, while Buboy Villar and Kiray celis are the one that standout in the film. Buboy faithfully portray his role as a young man getting bullied while Kiray performance is the one that gave a decent laughs for this film.  OTLUM is not a top-tier horror, but if you're looking for a teen thriller to enjoy to watch with friends, you may consider to have fun time seeing this film in Metro Manila Film Festival 2018.

Free online odlum books. Scene from “Otlum” (We are running this guide to help moviegoers plan their holiday cinema tour. The 44th Metro Manila Film Festival runs from Dec. 25 to Jan. 7, 2019. ) Directed by Joven Tan; stars Jerome Ponce, Ricci Rivero, Buboy Villar, Kiray Celis, Michelle Vito, Vitto Marquez and Danzel Fernandez “Otlum”—multo (ghost) spelled backwards—is a suspense-drama film about revenge and yearning for belongingness. Fred (Buboy) who has never felt a strong connection with his family and other people around him, seeks to join a group of friends—a mix of spoiled brats and nice students—composed of Allan (Jerome) Dindo (Ricci) Verna (Michelle) and Caloy (Danzel. After a series of arguments that led to tension within the barkada, the four teens eventually decide to let Fred in—on one condition: He must stay in an abandoned and decrepit orphanage for a night. Though it seemed easy at first, Fred finds out that the place has a dark past and is shrouded in mystery. “This is a horror film in the same vein as ‘Shake, Rattle and Roll, which I enjoyed watching growing up. The movie is catered to families and young people, ” said Joven, whos making his debut at the MMFF this year. “Being part of the festival is an honor in itself. But Im banking on the peoples love for horror films during the holiday season. ”—ALLAN POLICARPIO Jerome Ponce (right) Read Next EDITORS' PICK MOST READ Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.

Free online otome games english no download. Otlum Direksiyon Joven Tan Mga itinatampok na pagaganap Jerome Ponce Ricci Rivero Musika Mike Bon Sinematograpiya Jun Dalawis Teejay Gonzales Tagapag-edit Jason Cahapay Ipinamahagi ng Star Cinema Petsa ng pagpapalabas Disyembre 25, 2018 Bansa Pilipinas Wika Pilipino Ang Otlum ay isang pang-Pilipinas na horror na pelikula ng 2018 na inilathala ni Joven Tan. Ang pelikula ay pinangungunahan nina Jerome Ponce kasama si Ricci Rivero, Buboy Villar at Kiray Celis, ang pelikulang ito ay nilikha nang Star Cinema at Viva [1] 2] Ang pelikulang ito ay naka-tala sa Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) Executive Committee ay nag-serbisyo sa opisyal na pasok sa 2018 Metro Manila Film Fetsival. Ang pelikulang ito ay ipapalabas sa Disyembre 25, 2018. [3] 4] Mga Tauhan [ baguhin, baguhin ang batayan] Jerome Ponce Ricci Rivero bilang Dindo Robert Villar bilang Fred Kiray Celis Michelle Vito bilang Verna Vitto Marquez bilang Erwin Danzel Fernandez John Estrada Irma Adlawan Pen Medina Alfonso Yñigo Delen Jairus Aquino Vivoree Esclito Ping Medina Sanggunian [ baguhin, baguhin ang batayan] ↑ Films. ↑ Panlabas na kawing [ baguhin, baguhin ang batayan] Otlum sa IMDb.

Free online odlum classes. Free online otome visual novels. 'Otlum' is just brief. It isnt witty. It also isnt very soulful. Published 5:56 PM, December 26, 2018 Updated 5:59 PM, December 26, 2018 YAY OR NAY? Otlum' is just devoid of mirth and happiness, writes Oggs Cruz. Screenshot from the film trailer William Shakespeare once wrote that “brevity is the soul of wit. ” Well, its pretty certain that director Joven Tan just doesnt have any more material to work with to force Otlum to clock beyond just a little bit over than an hour. Pearly white face powder Otlum is just brief. It also isnt very soulful. However, it is however full of souls, the ones that are fond of pearly white face powder and tunics straight out of a detergent commercial. Ones a boy that appears out of nowhere, mostly accompanied by a loud noise straight out of the scorers trusty folder of standard horror sound effects. Ones played by Pen Medina who is probably wondering how he ended up as a ghost in a Joven Tan movie when he has played far more interesting villains in films directed by Ishmael Bernal, Lino Brocka, Peque Gallaga and Marilou Diaz-Abaya. One was alive before until he killed himself after discovering that the bunch of idiots he thought were his friends werent really his friends. Despite the brevity, Otlum still feels staggered. Tan crowds the movie with scenes that are aimless and unenjoyable. In fact, it takes him around a third of the films running time to set up his narrative which is essentially just about the aforementioned idiots who are making fun of boy who desperately wants to be part of their exclusive group. Lazy trappings Tan, who a few months ago released another lousy movie called Petmalu, essentially repeats the routine of aping fads, making his teenage characters mouth popular colloquialisms such as “hashtag something” or “g” to make them resemble the youth of today. Those lazy trappings reveal not just how totally obsolete those characters are but also how lousily motivated they are. There just isnt a single character in Otlum worth rooting for. Tan couldve easily just relied on silliness and humor, which are the elements that made the other lousy movie he released a few months ago entitled Wander Bra a little bit more tolerable. However, Otlum is just devoid of mirth and happiness. It is almost as if Tan is oblivious to the fact that the entire premise of his film is absurd and is a treasure trove for some form of parody. Tan insists that there is some moral truth hiding beneath all the sloppiness, and while there are attempts to present sensational issues such as priests abusing their wards, they never rise beyond being superficial. Even as a morality tale, the film fails miserably. Regurgitated mess Otlum is just a joke, a joke that had the whole world, or at least a part of the world that had to part with their hard-earned cash to watch this regurgitated mess, crying. – Francis Joseph Cruz litigates for a living and writes about cinema for fun. The first Filipino movie he saw in the theaters was Carlo J. Caparas' Tirad Pass. Since then, he's been on a mission to find better memories with Philippine cinema.

Something went wrong, but dont fret — lets give it another shot. Free online otome game. GOT SPOILERS? Send them in! Remember, I'm rewarding the submitters with a 10 Amazon gift certificate for every FULL Movie Spoiler THAT I USE! FINE PRINT - Sorry, valid in U. S. only. Free online odlum movie. YouTube. During Christmastime, Filipino moviegoers will never ran out of horror flicks and two of the eight Metro Manila Film Festival 2018 entries — OTLUM by Joven Tan is another horror story that is intended to scare those who decide to catch it in cinemas. Frankly, watching the film, I was expecting that this would be a good scare for me. I had been scared all my life that any attempt to scare me wont work anymore. I was not even shock. At least with the scene in Aurora there was a scene that surprised me. That scene when Ricky peeped into the window and that was it. With OTLUM, this is another film I had to shake my wits in order to appreciate or maybe just convinced myself that I am wrong with my predictions on certain scenes. READ:  Not worth watching? Netizens question MMFFs capability for choosing “OTLUM” Predictable, Predictable and Predictable. As soon as the film started, there was this young guy played by Jairus Aquino who entered into a creepy-looking decrepit house. It was poised as a haunted mansion and then when he went up to the second floor of the house, his voice just echoed and it went to the next scene of group of friends trying to bully a nerdy-like and poor lad ( Robert Villar) his name— Fred. OTLUM OFFICIAL FULL TRAILER Hanggang saan masusukat ang pagkakaibigan ninyo? Horseshoe Studios presents the official trailer of OTLUM—ang takutang ma-eenjoy ng buong tropa at pamilya ngayong Metro Manila Film Festival 2018…Directed by Joven Tan, OTLUM hits cinemas December 25, 2018. Abangan Ngayong Pasko. OTLUM #MMFF2018 Posted by Horseshoe Studios on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 The gang is composed of young stars— Jerome Ponce as Allan, Vitto Marquez as Erwin, Danzel Fernandez as Caloy, Ricci Rivero as Dindo and Michelle Vito as Verna. Because most of the gang members are snooty toward Fred, except for Riveros character; the latter was able to convince the leader—Allan and the rest of the members agreed to admit the willing victim into the fold in one condition—he must surpass the test—to stay overnight inside an abandoned orphanage. Dindo felt guilty of what they did to Fred, he asked the rest of his clique to fetch the poor and helpless, soon-to-be-a-member of their group. To their dismay, they failed to locate him; but Fred heard their conversation. Distraught of what he discovered from them—he went on to commit suicide, which was the easiest route to do for a desperately-seeking for friend like him. And true enough, he was discovered by the gang, hanging lifeless. Then, deaths followed. Freds ghost went after the five who bullied him. He first killed Erwin and Verna. A Sub-Plot that should have been the Main Plot. Out of fear, Dindo sought help from the character of John Estrada, who happened to have been connected to the main ghost at the abandoned orphanage. In some flashes, the audience could easily figure out that he must have been the young kid molested by the priest in that haunted, formerly charitable institution. Thus, the rest of the boys—Dindo, Caloy and Allan along with Estradas character revisited the place. The violent, old ghost of the priest is played Pen Medina and the younger version by Ping Medina; attacked the man who was carrying the crucifix.  They fought and defeated the ghost. What was rather funny to note, Estradas character forgot to fight Freds ghost, which was actually the main objective (the priests ghost was just secondary) and was nowhere to be found and only resurfaced when he exact revenge on Jeromes character. Due to such poor character development and perhaps the director was too carried away from the encounter of Estradas character; it was only then he realized that Freds ghost should finish the business. It is a classic horror story with lost souls wandering on this earth that were ‘literally at a loss for whatever function they should serve in the film. It could have been better that Fred had a fight against the ghost of the priest. Perhaps, that could have lengthened the film even the more. At least, there was a redeeming factor on Freds soul, maybe. Just maybe. Poorly Imagined and Written Script? My excitement on this movie was crushed after seeing one by one the scenes that I have predicted and eventually came out the way I imagined it. The script could have settled to be more eerie-like and silent in presenting the ghosts. It was obvious that the intention to scare its audience, it had to borrow a character from a 2006 American supernatural horror film— The Grudge 2. Tan wrote the screenplay? I think in his next films, he should decide to just direct or write the script so the entire movie wont suffer. Like what I have mentioned in the past, a bad script (with bad storytelling) will always affect the entirety of the piece.  The peeping ghosts in the end of the film looked even funny as opposed to being creepy. It opened with a young guy entering the haunted and abandoned place; and it ended with Vivoree Esclito entering the house again. What a way to book end things. It was such a bad way of concluding every bit of its conflict presented in this entry. I wont wonder if this would be heading to its brand of doom at the box-office. In all fairness to the newcomer Ricci Rivero, he managed to act his part alongside Ponce and Villar, who are far seasoned among the rest of the young stars in the film. Irma Adlawan ‘s subdued acting didnt quite shine here, but she is still a very good actress. Estrada has to work hard on his emotions; he looked monotonous in his acting. Tan should focus more on directing a film or maybe he just have to decide if hed write the screenplay and not direct. For those who still want to engage in such kind of ‘scare-me tricks, its still showing in cinemas.

Free online odlum software. Free online odlum course. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you're not a robot. For best results, please make sure your browser is accepting cookies. Type the characters you see in this image: Try different image Conditions of Use Privacy Policy 1996-2014, Inc. or its affiliates. Directed by Joven Tan... (as Joven M. Tan) Writing Credits (story) as Joven M. Tan) Mike Tan... (screenplay) (screenplay) as Joven M. Tan) Cast (in credits order) John Estrada... Bien Ricci Rivero... Dindo Jerome Ponce... Allan Robert Villar... Fred (as Buboy Villar) Pen Medina... Father Resty Irma Adlawan... Aling Gemma Michelle Vito... Verna Vitto Marquez... Erwin Danzel Fernandez... Caloy Kiray Celis... Jessa Alfonso Yñigo Delen... Young Ghost (as Yñigo Delen) Kimi Hamzic... Young Bien (as Kemal Hamzic) Ping Medina... Young Father Resty Jairus Aquino... Buloy Vivoree Esclito... Girl Recruit Rica Mae Garcia... Student Easel Dane B. Cocos... Reinalyn Mallari... Mary Jane Antaran... Julina Marie Urias... Angelou Balber... Lili Sican... Rhea Bela C. Sal... Gabriel Sal... Elmer Caladiao... Joseph Mendoza... Jericho Javier... Arjay Tarazo... John Ticson... Leni Matteo... Harrie Garcia... Jeff Domingo... Leo Mallari... John Kenneth Maliglat... Jessie Belmonte... Herbert Santiago Jr. Wheng Nelasco... Maid Jules De Sumo... Harlindo Gigato... Cafe Customer Jhay Verona... Alvin Laxa... Queenie Duran... Maylene H. Almonte... Lilia Pedrosa... Jeremy Lando... Pretzel Gamboa... Yolanda De Silva... Yasmin Toto... Voice Over Talent (voice) Rachel Garganera... Aldrin Corpin... Wacky Cachu... Tsismosa (as Wacky Cacho) Juliet Fernando... Charita Aton... Lenlen Castelo... Adelaida Basbas... Lora Mae Bacoor... Produced by supervising producer (as Joven M. Tan) Music by Mike Bon... (as Michaell Bon) Cinematography by Jun Dalawis Tejay Gonzales Film Editing by Jason Cahapay Production Design by Joanne Dela Torre... (as Joanne Gabuyo) Art Direction by Jeffrey Tordillas Makeup Department Marlon Garin... assistant makeup artist Baby Lucero... makeup artist (as Lieslie Lucero) Production Management Ronald Acal... post supervisor: Mothership (as Ron Acal) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Lito Mena... second assistant director Cleo Paglinawan... first assistant director Art Department Toto Castor... art department Raymart De Vera... Christian Enriquez... George Ferrer... Enrique Gabuyo... Sound Department Benjamin Arca... audio: iMTJ Group (as Benjie Arca) Jaime Labastida... audio: iMTJ Group Andy Roldan... sound Special Effects by Charyll Bahian... special effects crew Bernard Haminigildo... Rogelio Herminigildo... special effects crew (as Rogelio Haminigildo) Alsajir Puno... special effects crew (as Alzajir Puno) Roland Salem... special effects (as Rolando 'Apeng' Salem) Rufino Samiento... Visual Effects by visual effects colorist: Mothership (as Ron Acal) Tyra Alvarade... project manager: Mothership Ralph Andres... matte painter: Mothership James Bajaro... technical support trainee: Mothership (as Jhames Martin Bajaro) Vincent Jeremy Balmaceda... compositor: Mothership (as Vincent Balmaceda) JM C. Bitanga... systems administrator: Mothership Jezcelle Buenaventura... Marc Nino Chan... compositor: Mothership (as Marc Niño Chan) Peter Collias... creative director: Mothership Celine Coria... Martin Louise De Guzman... compositor: Mothership Mike Adrian M. De Robles... Marvin Dela Cruz... Jose Justine Diaz... on-line editor: Mothership (as Jose Justine M. Diaz. visual effects editor: Mothership (as Jose Justine M. Diaz) Allen Erojo... compositor: Mothership (as Allen D. Erojo) Alexandria Fernandez... on-line artist: Mothership Anette Galao... project management head: Mothership (as Anette M. Galao) Joanna Korinihona... John Philip Lapuz... John Mark Marcelo... Erik Matti... chief creative officer: Mothership Ronald Stephen Monteverde... chief executive officer: Mothership (as Ronald 'Dondon' Monteverde) Geo Zaldy Oatemar... compositor: Mothership (as Geo Oatemar) Ronel Pasilan... technical support: Mothership Jaypee Pescado... Frank Sabroso... Kim Erik Samson... team lead: Mothership (as Kim 'Locry' Samson) Genesis Trijo... technical support trainee: Mothership Elan Unilongo... Dave Yu... visual effects supervisor: Mothership Stunts Christopher Acol... stunt double: John Estrada Jake Alba... stunt double: Pen Medina Japh Bahian... fight director (as Japhset Bahian) Jay-4 Bahian... stunt double: Ricci Rivero (as Jaypor Bahian) Sharil Bahian... stunt double: Buboy Villar Jay-R Ubaldo... stunt double: Jerome Ponce Camera and Electrical Department Aljo Canelas... camera: iMTJ Group Alvin Canelas... third cameraman Rey De Vera... assistant camera Rene Labastida... Jobi Manio... Henry Martinez... still photographer Inkle Rada... second cameraman August Tuason... gaffer (as August Kaky Tuazon) Costume and Wardrobe Department Jerome Canaria... assistant wardrobe Alice Capulong... wardrobe Chapol Ulaso... Location Management Arlyn Payas... location manager (as Arlene Payas) Transportation Department Ryan Resido Cruz... service driver (as Ryan Cruz) Billy De Pasion... service driver James Delgado... Asyong Drillon... James Legaspi... Peter Malicas... Christopher Peña... Willy Red... Ryan Vertulfo... Kenneth Zapanta... service driver (as Kenneth M. Zapanta) Other crew Isagani Alindugan... security: tanod Ivy Alvarez... for: 3yos Catering Juanito Aquino... Ara Nicole Avellana... Beng Avellana... Robert Avellana... for: 3yos Catering (as Robert Javellana) Harriss Basbas... production assistant (as Hariss Basbas. traffic coordinator: Horseshoe Studios (as Hariss Basbas) Jaymaro Bautista... crew: iMTJ Group Justin Brian Besana... poster designer (as Justin Besana) Liza Bocado... talent supplier Benny Boudiwaz... for: Master Joel Leopoldo Buenawencina... Oca Bueno... Joel Bulataw Jr. crew: Lightshop (as Joel Bulatao) Aldrin Cabilangan... production assistant / traffic coordinator: Horseshoe Studios Nelson Cammagay... legman utility Arnel Castillo... Arnold Cena... security: tanod (as BSF Arnold Cena) Pido Codires... Eduardo Corigal... security: tanod (as BSF Eduardo Corigal) Jayson Cruz... Owen Cruz... Ronnie Cruz... security: tanod (as BSF Ronnie Cruz) Benjamin Dela Cruz... crew: Lightshop Antonio Devaras Jr. John Dioquino... Alberto Domingo... Lauro Domingo... Alfredo Espiritu... Jimmy Espiritu... Carlo Ete... Narding Eugenio... Glen Fernandez... Lloyd Ferrer... Peter Gonzaga... Jason Gonzales... Jhay Ar Gonzales... crew: iMTJ Group (as Jhayar Gonzales) Vikki Gonzales... human resources officer: Mothership Gilbert Villa Gracia... Elena Guevarra... production assistant Rene Herce... for: Master Joel (as Rey Herce Herue) Thirddie Jacunap... Ryan Jasarla... crew: Lightshop (as Ryan Jasaria) R. J. Lambino... crew: iMTJ Group (as RJ Lambino) Artemio Lao... Becky Leopando... admin head: Mothership Lito Maniloso... Jessie Marquez... Henry Mendoza... Leopoldo Mendoza... security: tanod (as BSF Leopoldo Mendoza) Ambeth Munar... Neil John Olonan... Rodel Pamarez... Charie Peralta... Rhea Pontillas... Diana Pradilla... Jano Rebordaos... Manuel Rivera... crew: iMTJ Group / utility Melanie Sagum... Ariel Samson... Christian Sebastian... Zaldy Tabalor... Jane Tengson... finance head: Mothership Nolito Tibay... Jeffrey Tordillas... traffic coordinator: Horseshoe Studios Nestor Villa... Thanks Mariole Alberto... acknowledgement Rowezangelo Bernabe... acknowledgement: Gabas Fire Volunteer Leo Bukas... Jennifer Cahapay... Andrei Caseres... Riza Castelo... acknowledgement: Estella's House Fely Choi... acknowledgement: Feliz Le Mirage Janice Damasco... acknowledgement: Star Magic Lester F. De Leon... Richard Sajo De Lume... acknowledgement: police assistance (as PO1 Richard Sajo De Lume) M. M. De Mesa... acknowledgement (as MM De Mesa) Gidget Dela Cuesta... Jerome Mejia Delica... acknowledgement: police assistance (as PO1 Jerome Mejia Delica) Charlie Dy... Resty Enriquez... acknowledgement (as Dr. Resty Enriquez) Ryan Enriquez... acknowledgement: Cavite (as Board Member Ryan Enriquez) Rosario Estella... Jerry Faustino... Leonardo Faustino... Noel Ferrer... Vincent Gabriel... Louie Gamboa... Mark Gamboa... Nadz Gamboa... Rose Garcia-Fabregas... Mone Virma Ginry P. Gumapac... acknowledgement: Saint James College of Quezon City Rocky Ko... Johnny Manahan... Gloria E. Mata... Danilo T. Montalba... acknowledgement (as Dondon Monteverde) Theodore Monteverde... acknowledgement (as Theo Monteverde) Mell Navarro... Jeffrie Pipay Nebreja... Kathylen D. Perono... Eric Quetua... Dominic Rea... Boying Remulla... acknowledgement: Cavite (as Governor Boying Remulla) Jonvic Remulla... acknowledgement: Cavite (as Governor Jonvic Remulla) Angie Reyes... Mark Salamat... Aida H. Saronhilo... Jerome Segundo... Inocando Serafin Jr. Marlon Silva... Maria Beatris T. Simeon... acknowledgement: Cafe Agusta Henry Tan... Jovita Munar Tan... Lanie Aquino Tan... Liza Tan... Norvita Tan... George Toralba... Melvin Tuang... acknowledgement: Estella's House (as Melvin J. Tuang) Ivy Versoza... Maylyn Villalon-Enriquez... acknowledgement (as Maylyn Enriquez) Vinia Vivar... acknowledgement.

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