Dir. Raya Martin. 2007, 95 mins. Digital projection. In Filipino/Tagalog with English subtitles. With Lowell Conales, J. K. Anicoche. Opening with an epic handheld shot of a man walking through city streets, Martin’s hallucinatory doc-fiction hybrid combines paranoid thriller and landscape film to revisit a traumatic episode in Philippine history: the execution of the revolutionary Bonifacio brothers in the mountains in 1897.
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