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SHIFT

Shift (C1 Originals 2013)

Directed by: Siege Ledesma


A female call center agent falls in love with her gay co-worker.


Can they make it work?


Hindi sya madaling sagutin. Hindi sya kayang daanin sa oo at hindi. Ipapakita nila kung paano sya nangyayari. Ipaparamdam sayo kung gaano sya kagulo.


Yeng Constantino is the agent who can guide you in this situation. Hindi ka nya papabayaan. Ibibigay nya lahat ng emosyon na kailangan mong maramdaman. Kahit nag-t-type lang sya at nakikipagchat, naihahatid nya ang mensahe na dapat mong malaman. Ang lakas ng dating nya sa pelikulang ito.


Felix Roco is your co-worker who can cooperate with your interest or mess it up. Either way, he creates enough confusion and chemistry to this love team that is unclear in the first place.


May kilig kang nararamdaman na hindi mo mabigyan nang kahulugan. Hindi ka sigurado kung gusto mo ba silang magkatuluyan, o natutuwa ka lang na sila’y pagmasdan.


Their love story has taken you to different places without moving away from its main setting — the call center industry.


Having a fast-paced nature, they shift moods from time to time, covering different topics about love for work, friend, family, career, passion and self.


Hindi na lang love story nila ang sinusubaybayan mo. May pinapasok silang iba’t ibang tema. Naging mas makulay ang istorya. So sobrang dami ng kulay, minsan ay hindi mo na alam kung ano ang titingnan mo.


The shift happens on a regular basis, losing focus on a particular matter. All the topics they tried to cover have partial treatments. There were bits of uncertainties scattered throughout the film.


They picked every piece and made something out of the broken. Kasabay nang tanong kung paano pa nila maayos ito.


Can they make it work?


The film answers all uncertainties by providing the right question at the end. Shift your focus to this powerful question.


SHIFT

⭐️⭐️⭐️


Cast: Yeng Constantino, Felix Roco, Alex Medina

Presented by: Ed/Outpost Production, C1 Originals

Date Released: November 11–19, 2013 for C1 Originals

A Movie Review by: Goldwin Reviews

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