Little brown comedies

A collection of short films by the enfant terrible of Philippine cinema, including 'Amen, a brown comedy' -- a satire on the traditional Filipino custom of having younger people raise the hands of their elders, to their own foreheads, as a greeting and also as a superficial mark of respect...

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Online Access:Streaming video from Academic Video Online
Other Authors: Khavn. (Director)
Format: Electronic Video
Language:Tagalog
Published: Honolulu, HI : Asia Pacific Films, 2009.
Series:Asian film online
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Summary:A collection of short films by the enfant terrible of Philippine cinema, including 'Amen, a brown comedy' -- a satire on the traditional Filipino custom of having younger people raise the hands of their elders, to their own foreheads, as a greeting and also as a superficial mark of respect; 'Ultimo: Different ways of killing a national hero' -- an adaptation of Jose Rizal's poem, 'Mi ultimo adios' (My Last Goodbye). Jose Rizal was a Philippine national hero, who had been sentenced to death by firing squad, by the Spanish government in 1896; I'm Not Batman; John Cage; Memory of Dawn; Headless (Pugot); This Is Not a Found Footage Film; By The Suez Canal. Awards/Festivals: .Mov International Digital Film Festival 1998.
Item Description:Title from resource description page (viewed Feb. 6, 2014).
Physical Description:1 online resource (73 min.).
Previously released as DVD.
Playing Time:01:13:07
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