The indie film that was shot wholly in a US and jointly constructed by ABS-CBN Global and The Filipino Channel (TFC) also stars Rayver Cruz, Noni Buencamino, Daria Ramirez, Ana Capri, Jaime Fabregas, K. Brosas, Xyriel Manabat, and Beth Tamayo in a really special role.
A Mother’s Story – Synopsis:
Medy (Pokwang), a make-up artist, was given a possibility of a lifetime to accompany a unison star to a United States for a performance. She betrothed her family that she will lapse after a week. However, while in America, she stumbled on a former classmate Helen (Beth Tamayo) who assured her to stay for good in a land of divert and honey. She primarily refused, though eventually gave in, when she got a call one night from her father that they need a large volume of income to move her youngest daughter to a hospital. America has not been a friendliest to her and a story starts with her entrance home to Manila literally with nothing.
Medy’s dual kids, King (Rayver Cruz) and Queenie (Xyriel Manabat) are now 19 and 7. King struggles with a lapse of his mother.
Animosity, resentment, shame, and annoy are issues he has built with Medy. For a immature Queenie, it’s removing to know a mother, who she suspicion would one day come out of a Balikbayan Box. And as for her husband, Medy discovers something she slightest expected.
A Mother’s Story – Trailer:
Directed by John Lazatin, “A Mother’s Story” is set to open in theaters national on Jan 8, 2011.Tagged as:
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