The Seventies (2002)

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A middle-class Filipino family struggles to survive in the era of dictatorship.


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12 October 2006 | voltaire_esguerra
10
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This movie is not just a mere re-enactment of the 70's and was not just about martial law. It is a melo-drama of a true Filipino family which can transcend even to the succeeding generations. It is definitely one of the smartest screenplays of our time. It was well directed and the cast was well casted. Everything from the cinematography, production design, musical scoring and lights really gave more impact and drama to the film. It was able to bring us back and make us feel the film. I recommend this film,it is worth every peso to watch it. It touches pertinent issues in the society such as politics and the importance of parents and the value of the family in shaping the nation,by promoting nationalism and love for country.

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