‘Ang Babaeng Humayo’ on Sky Pay-Per-View

Ang Babaeng Humayo, Charo Santos-Concio’s triumphant comeback film, which became last year’s international critical hit, debuts on Philippine TV via SKY Cable’s Critics’ Choice Pay-Per-View.

The groundbreaking masterpiece from Lav Diaz runs until March 31 with a seven-day commercial-free continuous viewing.

In the film, Charo plays Horacia, a woman who spent 30 years behind bars for wrongful imprisonment. After her release, Horacia tracks down the former lover responsible of framing her for murder to exact revenge.

It continues to reap international recognition, including three nominations at the coming 11th Asian Film Awards – Best Screenplay, Best Director, and Best Actress. The Asian Film Awards will be held in Hong Kong on March 21.

Last year, Ang Babaeng Humayo was the first Filipino film to win the Golden Lion, the top prize at the prestigious Venice Film Festival, the oldest film fest in the world.

The film produced by Cinema One Originals and Sine Olivia Pilipinas and its lead star 

SKY’s pay-per-view offer also includes the acclaimed film, Honor Thy Father starring Charo’s co-star in Ang Babaeng Humayo, John Lloyd Cruz.

John Lloyd Cruz and Charo Santos starrer "Ang Babaeng Humayo" is now cable TV

The pay-per-view is available to SKY subscribers with SKYcable, Destiny Cable, and SKYdirect plans for only P199.

Alternatively, SKY subscribers may also choose to stream the movies online via its video-on-demand site and app, SKY On Demand using a SKYbroadband or SKYmobi internet connection.

SKYcable, and Destiny subscribers can register by texting HUMAYO to 23662 or activating online via SKYdirect postpaid subscribers may text SKY to 23668, while SKYdirect prepaid subscribers may convert their ABS-CBNmobile load to avail of this pay-per-view offer by texting PPV HUMAYO <box ID> to 23667.

Meanwhile, SKYbroadband subscribers can visit to activate the pay-per-view.

Topics: Ang Babaeng Humayo , Charo Santos-Concio , John Lloyd Cruz , SKY Cable Pay-Per-View
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