The story of the three dancers Burlesque, Beth Bautista as Loida Cruz, Lorna Tolentino as Criselda Reyes and Pilar Pilapil as Tara.
Their reasons for working as such in their desire to support their families.
A true picture of what life is to be poor.
Directed by Danilo P. Cabreira.
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In first world countries, children are encouraged to become financially stable upon reaching adulthood.
However, in the Philippines, they owe their lives to their parents and are indebted to this fate.
Often, the eldest bears the burden of being the breadwinner of the family.
This is the predicament of the breadwinners like Cris, the young lead in the film "Quickie", who also happens to be gay.
His small income as a night shift waiter barely covers the house and medical bills of his family.
Cris has a boyfriend, Dexter whose financial status has improved when he becomes a call center representative.
Dexter now wants a live-in relationship which Cris cannot afford, so he dumps Cris.
He tries to woo him back but a handsome starnger suddenly enters his life and changes everything. This is their story.
Directed by Crisaldo Vicente Pablo.
When legendary Lady Maria Makiling fell in love with a handsome human, she decides to shed off her immortality and assumed an ordinary life with him.
But will her sacrifice be enough to see them both through each trials they face?
Can a human's love for an immortal endure?
Directed by Abbo De La Cruz
Directed by Augusto Salvador