Lola (Grandmother)
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Lola (Grandmother)
Manila grandmothers, Puring and Sepa (Rustica Carpio and Anita Linda - both long standing veterans of Philippine cinema) are in their way the real and tragic victim of a nasty but all too common street killing. One's grandson has been murdered by the other's after a petty dispute. With little else in the world, Sepa shuffles the streets trying to cover the costs of a funeral, whilst Puring tries to keep her surviving boy out of the overcrowded jail. Grandmother is a heart-breaking story of the disappointments of growing old, but silent endurance of matriarchal dignity, its strange… More

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"Not the knockout punch of his previous Kinatay or Serbis but an unvarnished look into the inner-workings of a world forced to brutality."
‑ Ron Wilkinson, Monsters and Critics
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