Mga Mister ni Rosario

In 2008, narrative entities lifted themselves from the page to confront their creator. That confrontation happens in Ricky Lee’s debut novel, “Para Kay B”, a searing triumph in its reimagining of the chick-lit and its deft suffusion of the absurd with the realities of love and loss. It’s ripe material for a film, though

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Deadma Walking

On its surface, Julius Alfonso’s “Deadma Walking” resembles Jun Lana’s hugely successful “Die Beautiful”. The former features two gay best friends, the latter has transgender women as leads, but both have a storyline heavily anchored by the idea of death. In both films, the protagonists give specific instructions on how to hold their extravagant

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