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SUNOD

Sunod (MMFF 2019)

Directed by: Carlo Ledesma


The beautiful cinematography took over the entire movie. That... is haunting.


Every shot looked glamorous. Every item looked expensive. Yung lumang building, nag-mukhang art exhibit sa ganda. Yung sirang electric fan, nag-mukhang aircon sa lamig.


May mga eksenang imbes na matakot ka. You’ll just appreciate how artistic the scenes are. Pag naglalakad si Carmina sa dilim, you’ll see the shadows were carefully aligned to show a portion of her face and a glimpse of the ghost.


This movie is a visual feast of moving art. But as you look closer, you’ll notice its superficiality.


The direction concentrated more on the technical aspects and left the story hanging by a thin thread. They loosely established the characters and their background, relying on limited conversations and infinite illustrations.


The red yarn ball primarily existed for decorative purposes. The call center setting made a shallow significance to the story. The revelation part offered an all-out spoon-fed narration, lacking enthusiasm to take us on a journey.


Ano ba ang sinusundan natin sa palabas nato?

Ang kwento ng karakter? O ang itsura ng set?


The beautiful cinematography took over the entire movie. That... is haunting.


SUNOD

⭐️


Cast: Carmina Villaroel, Krystal Brimner, JC Santos, Mylene Dizon, Rhed Bustamante, Susan Africa

Presented by: TEN17P, Globe Studios

Date Released: December 25, 2019 in Philippine cinemas nationwide

A Movie Review by: Goldwin Reviews


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