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FINDING AGNES

Finding Agnes (2020)

Directed by: Marla Ancheta


A man is looking for his mother, named Agnes, at Morocco. Will he able to find Agnes?


Sintuyo ng disyerto sa Morocco ang mga kaganapan. Matamlay ang mga eksena. Walang gana ang mga usapan.


The main actor was apathetic throughout his journey. Things keep happening in front of him, and he doesn’t seem to care. Hindi nya ninanamnam ang mga sandali. Hindi nya pinag-iisipan ang bawat detalyeng nalalalaman nya tungkol sa nanay nya.


The rapport between Jelson Bay and Sue Ramirez is missing. There were no supporting scenes to help them get acquainted and get connected. Felt like two random strangers are talking to each other every time.


Morocco, as the movie’s chosen location, lacks deeper rationale and proper exposure. Hindi nagamit nang husto ang angking ganda ng Morocco. Hindi naipalamas ang kanilang kultura, klima, disyerto, hayop, pagkain at marami pang iba. Sayang ang pagkakataon.


Hindi mo makikilala ang Morocco. Hindi mo rin makikilala si Agnes. Bibigyan ka ng mga impormasyon sa bawat karakter, pero kulang sa eksena at kulang sa emosyon, para tuluyan mo silang makapitan at subaybayan.


Treatment is dry. Audio dubbing quality can be bothersome. The actors don’t blend well with each other. The location is a miss.


Finding Agnes is a movie that didn’t utilize its elements well, failing to share a story that could have been an emotional one.


FINDING AGNES

Rating: 0/5


Cast: Jelson Bay, Sue Ramirez, Sandy Andolong, Roxanne Guinoo, Hannah Ledesma, Yuan Franciso

Presented by: MAVX Productions

Date Released: November 30, 2020 on Netflix

A Movie Review by: Goldwin Reviews

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