MMFF 2016: Collection of Reviews and Feedback (Kabisera)

The Nora Aunor starring film about being a family no matter what while tackling the most controversial and ever infamous EJKs (Extra Judicial Killings).

The film is produced by Silver Story Entertainment and Firestarters Productions. It stars Nora Aunor, Ricky Davao and JC de Vera.

Kabisera did not received any Rated A nor B certifications by the Cinema Evaluation Board.

A Filpino family deals with hooded people who are involved in extra-judicial killings and other abuses in Philippine society.

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Nora Aunor, Ricky Davao and the film’s ensemble on their MMFF 2016 entry, Kabisera.

Review/s:

“Kabisera is a must watch movie this year… While the movie ends with a cliff-hanger, it still showed a ray of hope for those people who are continuously fighting for justice.” -Samuel Cabbuag, Professor of Sociology, PUP Manila

Read More: https://www.facebook.com/kabiserafilm/photos/a.680113522132832.1073741828.680109482133236/999310480213133/?type=3

“…This film is too relevant and is also based on a true story…” –Lilit Reyes, PhilStar Global

Read More: https://www.facebook.com/kabiserafilm/photos/a.680113522132832.1073741828.680109482133236/999918763485638/?type=3

Matapang. Tapat. Napapanahon. Makabuluhan…” –Neriz Gabello, EIC, Mutya Publishing

Read More: https://www.facebook.com/kabiserafilm/photos/a.680113522132832.1073741828.680109482133236/999905483486966/?type=3

Kabisera reflects Filipino familial and societal realities and, based on a true story, is very relevant to our times…” -Mari-an Santos, PEP.ph

Read More: http://www.pep.ph/guide/mmff/25280/mmff-2016-review-nora-aunor-saves-shortcomings-of-emkabiseraem

(More reviews are to follow)

For more news about Kabisera, you can read them here: www.facebook.com/kabiserafilm/

Current Rating:

Fresh Tomato
A fresh rating is given to “Kabisera” for being a movie that dares to send powerful messages to the public despite a couple of flaws here and there.

Kabisera is a relevant film with incredible acting, a powerful message and an engaging story despite a couple of flaws.

Kabisera did not received any Rated A nor B certifications by the Cinema Evaluation Board and is the only one of the entries to not do so. 

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Author: Marlo Mancenido

@schtoofeed | Writer of The Movie Authorities, Seeker of the Best | Game writer and designer | Film fanatic | A campus journalist representing Camarines Norte as part of Collab for more than 2 years.

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