I had the impression that this movie would be mostly about the love story of a gay-couple and their
struggle in a foreign land which gets more complicated with the arrival of one of them's mother. I was wrong. It was not a love story about the couple at all. It was really about Mothers (parents actually). Vilma Santos never fails to amaze me... comedy, drama, "bida" or "kontrabida", she just shines. She portrayed a very familiar character that we rarely see in the big screen. I'm sure a lot of sons and daughters related to the movie... and most of all, I'm pretty sure a lot of mothers realized a lot after watching this... I think my own mom did. The twist of this story was not expected and the ending never imagined by anyone. I loved the scene between Vilma Santos, Dimples Romana, Pau Diaz, and Tirso Cruz III at the latter part of the movie... made me sob even more than the intense face slapping scene between Lloydy and Ate Vi. I give it A++. Im sure you'll like it as much as I did. :)
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