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Monday, March 17, 2008

after tuhog, hugot

This one's by and for joni, my good friend who's now a full-pledged director :)
“HUGOT” A Digital Queer Film starring Ms. Ana Capri
Premiere Showing @ the U.P Film Center, Diliman, Q.C 7 pm April 23, 2008 (Wednesday)
Produced by Wilbert Ting Tolentino Written and Directed by Jonison Fontanos
Introducing:Jerome Ebreo Christopher Canizares Cris Castillo and Alvin Espinosa
For tickets, please call or text 0918-4697443, 0918-4697391
HUGOT Synopsis
Episode 1: “Raymond”
When Raymond’s youngest sibling, an out-of-school youth, fell victim to a hit-and-run, the obligation to collect money for the hospitalization was left to Raymond. One night, Raymond and his best friend Nolan scoured the entire city to find a victim. They are cell phone snatchers.
The transsexual Dorina, fresh from her victory as Miss Gay and P8,000 richer, would be their prey. However, not only robbery would be committed as the partners in crime would accidentally kill the veteran gay beauty contestant.What destiny awaits the two friends? Raymond’s critical sibling? Will justice be meted out for the slain gay?
Who is the true victim?
Episode 2: “Anton”
Anton’s nightly dreams are evocative: the rice field clothesline where burning garments are hanging, the ash of which gets into his eyes.
What do his dreams mean? How are these related to his present anguish and solitude? Will these inspire Anton into finishing his poem-in-progress, the poem for the beloved who left him or whom he left?
Episode 3: “Bimbo”
While youth activists Edward and Bimbo are heading home from a rally, the latter falls to the ground unconscious due to hunger and exhaustion. A middle-aged man helps Edward haul Bimbo’s body. Because the stranger’s apartment is nearby, he offers his place for the two to rest in before going home.
When he comes to, Bimbo learns from his friend Edward that they are in an unfamiliar place—the house of Leandro, the stranger.
Leandro prepares food for the young men as Melody, Leandro’s best friend who is a funny liberated woman, visits the latter’s pad.They both convince the boys to spend the night through. The friends agree. They cannot decline the drink offered by Leandro. They become tipsy and their conversation meanders from politics, activism, gay rights and…sex.
Who is Leandro and what motive does he harbor over the teenagers?

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