A math teacher – Ma’am Sandra – teaches in a rotting, old, multi-grade classroom in a remote town. She spends sleepless nights and her own money to prepare effective teaching tools, making math interesting for all her students.
In the world of schizophrenia where imagination and reality are hard to define, Ed and Irene are about to discover the true meaning of love.
This is the love story of goddesses of Philippine folklore falling in love with injured and lost young men in the forest.
Explores the intersection and divergences between feminist and gay concerns in the third world context.
A modern parable on reconciliation, departing from the usual characterization of social class conflict in films tackling third world reality