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All set for Sinag Maynila 2016

1. Dyamper 
by Mes de Guzman

Apeng, Poknat, and Tinoy are “dyampers” on the lookout to steal from rice trucks as they meander along the treacherous Dalton Pass. In one of their encounters, they accidentally discover a pack of illegal substances, which will lead them to the biggest mission of their lives. 

Carlo Aquino and Liza Diño in Dyamper
The film stars Carlo Aquino, Alchris Galura, Tim Mabalot, Kristofer King, Liza Dino-Seguerra, and Debbie Garcia.

2. Expressway 
by Ato Bautista

Old-timer Ben needs to do one last assignment before the syndicate boss he works for grants him his much-delayed retirement. Assigned to be his partner is neophyte Morris, yearning to prove his worth. This last trip will turn out to be a journey of introspection, self-healing, and redemption. 

Alvin Anson and Aljur Abrenica in Expressway 
Expressway stars Alvin Anson, Aljur Abrenica, Kiko Matos, Antoinette Reds, Jim Libiran, Japo Parcero, and Judith Javier.

3. Lila 
by Gino M. Santos

To escape a past that threatens to consume her, a young woman decides to move into a house owned by a warmhearted landlady, looking for a fresh start and a chance for atonement. The house, however, has other ideas. 

Janine Gutierrez stars in Lila
Lila stars Janine Gutierrez, Enchong Dee, Sherry Alingod, and Migs Cuaderno.

4. MRS. 
by Adolf Alix Jr.

70-year old Virginia lives in a bungalow house that stands on an earthquake fault area. When her ever-loyal maid Delia tells her she’d be leaving for good, what follows shows a portrait of a woman and a mother trying to juggle the sad realities of life.

5. In Saecula Saeculorum 
by Joselito Altarejos

Teresa, an abused wife, attempts to secure her freedom by filing a Temporary Protection Order against her abusive husband only to be caught in the battered system of bureaucracy filled with neglect and indifference. In Saecula Saeculorum stars Oliver Aquino, Mara Lopez, Micko Laurente, Menggie Cobarrubias, and Lui Manansala.

The second Sinag Maynila Film Festival will run in April in SM Cinemas. 

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Topics: Sinag Maynila 2016
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