ang dagat ay taib
it's very risky to shoot a film after a disaster hits your native country, the agonizing and helpless of people looking for their loved ones buried underground caused by bagyong reming.
i can't imagine being on that position as hamin goes back to the town after being outside the country just to knew his family is buried underground because of the storm and landslide.
overall, i think this is the most traumatic diaz film i've seen so far. i still…
lav diaz's ebolusyon ng isang pamilyang pilipino is a statement of what is the story of a filipino family in the hands of the dictator regime to unsuccessful neoliberalism of cory aquino.
spanning from 10hrs and 25mins every details of the past is being presented in our eyes, footages of the rallies cutted to reflect the life of a filipino family.
the silence and static of every scene is one of the trademarks of lav diaz's film, he really knows…