Be prepared to be blown away once more by Cinemalaya 2016’s Best Full-Length Feature Film, “Pamilya Ordinaryo,” as it arrives on global streaming service Netflix next month!
“Pamilya Ordinaryo,” directed by Eduardo Roy Jr., follows the story of two teenaged lovers who struggle to raise their one-month-old child out in the streets. When their baby is kidnapped one day, the couple resorts to desperate measures to get him back.
As of writing, the release date has yet to be announced.
“Pamilya Ordinaryo” is just one among the five local films that will be coming to Netflix in celebration of Philippine Independence Day in June, the others being “Pinoy Sunday” (dir. Widing Ho), “Sunod” (dir. Carlo Ledesma), “Lola Igna” (dir. Eduardo W. Roy Jr.), and “UnTrue” (dir. Sigrid Andrea Bernardo).
Watch the trailer below:
Are you excited about this? Let us know in the comments!
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