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MONSTER

Monster (2023)

Directed by: Hirokazu Kore-eda


When you think of monsters,

what do you see?


Ayaw mong pag-isipan ng masama ang iyong kapwa. Pero habang pinapanuod mo ito, pati ikaw ay nagkakasala.


Magaling kung paano ipinakita ang iba’t ibang anggulo ng mga tao. Mauunawaan mo kung saan sila nanggagaling. Magiging balimbing ka dahil palipat-lipat ka ng kakampihan. Hindi pa tapos ang pelikula, pero kung anu-ano na ang mga pumapasok sa iyong isipan.


Pagdududahan mo pati sarili mo.

Walang ligtas sa mapanghusgang mundo.


Masakit isipin na habang mas nakilala mo ang mga tao sa pelikulang ito, mas marami kang nasasabi tungkol sa kanila. Pakiramdam mo ay alam mo na ang lahat.


This film humbles you.


Take a step back. In a society where everyone likes to say a lot of things, try to listen. Instead of judging, make an effort to understand.


The film provided different perspectives and meanings, but the direction never got lost. It only leads you to the truth. The truth about the world is painful to see, but learning what to do with it can set you free.


The ending is both painful and freeing. It makes you feel happy and sad. The tears will cleanse not only your eyes but also your soul. The journey of 𝘔𝘰𝘯𝘴𝘵𝘦𝘳 has come full circle. You can see things clearly now.


When you think of monsters,

what do you see?


𝗠𝗢𝗡𝗦𝗧𝗘𝗥

Rating: 5/5


New Screenings:

• June 19-25, 2024 at Cinema 76 FS (P220 per ticket)

• June 23, 2024 (7pm) at Robinsons Galleria (FREE ADMISSION)


Cast: Sakura Andō, Eita Nagayama, Sōya Kurokawa, Hinata Hiiragi, Yūko Tanaka

Written by: Yuji Sakamoto

Presented by: Gaga, Toho, Fuji Television Network, AOI Pro, Bun-Buku

Release Date: October 11, 2023 in Philippine cinemas nationwide (distributed by Nathan Studios)

A Movie Review by: Goldwin Reviews

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