Thirst movie trailer 2009 rated R
Kang-ho Song ... Priest Sang-hyeon
Ok-vin Kim ... Tae-joo
Hae-sook Kim ... Lady Ra
Ha-kyun Shin ... Kang-woo
In-hwan Park ... Priest Noh
Dal-su Oh ... Yeong-doo
Young-chang Song ... Seung-dae
Mercedes Cabral ... Evelyn
Opens March 4, 2009 at the Robinson's Galleria Indiesine. A Breaking The Box production of a Palanca award-winning Screenplay. A film by Aloy Adlawan. PADYAK stars Jay Aquitania, Irma Adlawan, Rita Avila, Katherine Luna, Mcoy Fundales, Angel Jacob, Emilio Garcia, Arnold Reyes, Bodjie Pascua, Sabrina Man, Hazel Ann Mendoza, Mercedes Cabral and Baron Geisler. Sountrack "PAMBIHIRA" by The Spaceflower Show from the album The Spaceflower Show.
Apparently the most controversial film in this year's Cannes Film Festival, Filipino movie 'Serbis' was in competition for the Palme d'Or Award. 'Serbis' was written by Armando 'Bing' Lao and directed by Dante 'Brillante' Mendoza. Starring Jaclyn Jose, Gina Pareño, Dan Alvaro, Julio Diaz, Coco Martin, Kristofer King, Mercedes Cabral
Film showing in local theaters June 18, 2008
Director Brillante Ma Mendoza
Exec Producer Didier Costet
Producer Ferdie Lapuz
Screenplay Armando Lao
Cinematography Odyssey Flores
Prod Design Carlo Tabije, Benjamin Padero
Music Gian Gianan
Editor Claire Villa-real
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PLOT: In Captive, Mendoza retells the story of the 2001 Dos Palmas kidnappings, reimagining the plight of the Filipino and foreign hostages but essentially sticking to the true timeline and locations of the entire hostage crisis. In place of the American missionary Gracia Burnham, Mendoza's foreign survivor in this movie is a Frenchwoman named Thérèse Bourgoine (Isabelle Huppert), the central figure of the story.
CAST: Isabelle Huppert, Katherine Mulville, Marc Zanetta, Rustica Carpio, Timothy Mabalot, Maria Isabel Lopez, Raymond Bagatsing, Coco Martin, Mercedes Cabral, Mon Confiado, Perry Dizon, Kristoffer King, Chanel Latorre, Ronnie Lazaro, Sid Lucero
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Ligo na Ü, Lapit na Me (Star Crossed Love) (literal translation: Take a Shower, I'm Already Near) is an independent Filipino movie released on July 2011 through Noel Ferrer Productions. Based on the bestselling book by Eros Atalia, this was an official entry to the 7th Cinemalaya Film Festival. The movie was directed by Erick C. Salud and was given a R13 rating by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board.
The movie's storyline evolves around Karl Vladimir Lennon J. Villalobos or simply Intoy (Edgar Allan Guzman), a college student who met newcomer Jenny (Mercedes Cabral) and the ups and downs of their 'relationship'. It was categorized as 'sex comedy' and considered a successful one in the box office despite being independently released.
Karl Vladimir Lennon J. Villalobos, aka Intoy, is secretly in love with his friend Jenny, the most beautiful girl in the campus. Jenny is rich and quirky; Intoy is street-smart and ordinary. But this friendship is not simple, since Jenny has bestowed on Intoy some perks and privileges, including going to bed with her on the condition that they will not fall in love with each other. Before graduation, Intoy feels that he has to shed his pretensions of being astig and finally profess his love for Jenny. But he is devastated to learn that Jenny is pregnant. Worse, Jenny tells him: “Don’t worry, this is not yours.” Based on the bestselling novel of Eros S. Atalia, Ligo na U, Lapit na Me is an examination of postmodern love and relationship and the way this generation deals with their love and fear.
Edgar Allan Guzman as Karl Vladimir Lennon J. Villalobos (aka Intoy)
Mercedes Cabral as Jenny
Ivann Padicio as Ngot!
Sean Aguilar as RoboWarriorSuperX2 Hermes
Eris Wilson Galang as FPG Taas Buhok Segway Diel
Kian Andaya as Lebron Ng Pinas (NogNog Parin)
Bryan Salvador as El Matiro Chicano
Jayson Libunao as Sando Boy
Marvic Bansagan as Beks
Miguel Laher as Tissue
Ton Julio as Bukol
Emman Salvaloza as Pulis Tae
Co Kulot Pidlaoan
Bea Betco as Myla
Arlet Kalagayan as "Chismosang K-pop"
Tolyts "Shalala" Reyes
Lucky Mark Mercado
Clark Bañaga as Snoopy the Doggie
Introducing Russel Julian "Fishy" Gallardo
Special Guest Appearance Luis Alandy.
Special Laseng Appearance Miguel Alcantara & Ralph Polines