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Senior year filipino indie film
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Senior Year is a Philippine coming-of-age film written, scored, edited and directed by The film received an "A" rating from the Philippines' Cinema Evaluation Board The film was first screened as an independent film during the Metro Manila Film Festival, which began a special category for indie films that year. Comedy A high school movie featuring a mix of real students and professional actors that Senior Year Poster . 9 March (Philippines) See more» I don't recommend this film. you will just have to find other indie films out there. 2 Nov They remember the days of their senior year: a year of both triumph and employing the familiar language of the high school film, Senior Year.
Kimmy Dora: Kambal sa Kiyeme Comedy - Filipino comedy film directed by Joyce Bernal and written by Chris Martinez, starring Eugene Domingo. It is the first. "Indie film Senior Year receives endorsement from Department of Education". school or college Senior Year (film), the film by Filipino director Jerrold. 9 Mar While still employing the familiar language of the high school film, 'Senior Year' reveals a strange, tragic underside to the halcyon days of.
A high school movie featuring a mix of real students and professional actors that deals with the experience of It's also coincidental that I watched this near the end of my senior year in high school. s Filipino movies that I've watched. 13 Dec Yes, indie films are not synonymous to controversy! to depict a group of kids who are down to their last handful of months in senior year. 16 Mar We list 10 Filipino independent films that will bring you back to your younger Senior Year tackles the many pains and joys of the high school. 12 Mar When I was in my senior year, I was part of the cool nerds' club. My circle of five Bring your friends, please, and let's support this indie film!. 16 Mar Film Director Jerrold Tarog in his recent indie film hit “Senior Year” The film gives major realities that most filipino senior students would face.