Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Movie Review: Reality Film Lab Short Films QCinema International Film Festival 2015

Short Time by Jem Reyes

Tom turns 18 and reluctantly celebrates it in the way his friends know how: losing his virginity in- side a motel with Sunshine.

My Verdict: 3.5/5

Senisado by JP Chua

After dealing with a long day of slow business, an employee asks for an advance in his salary. His boss, a father, prepares a letter for his daughter. While preparing to close the shop, a group of po- licemen raid the store to find out that the father is secretly a middleman for an illegal smuggling syndicate.

My Verdict: 3/5

Ang Nanay Kong Superhero by Nikki Ferriols

A mother is a superhero in the eyes of her daughter, Adana. She is kept from leaving the country to work by the many villains created by Adana.

My Verdict: 3/5

Luha 20/20 by Rico Entico

A blind boy who desperately aspire to have a presence of his dead mother through his dreams. His aspiration to experience a “dream” arose from his father who’s subsequently been having night- mares of his mother

My Verdict: 3.5/5

The Girlfriend Experience by Marco Gatchalian

A young man desperately does everything just to have sex with an escort girl who lives next door.

My Verdict: 4/5

6:30 by Benedict Mariategue

Set in post-apocalyptic Philippines, a struggling family tries to survive a plague. The only way to live are through limited vending machines that provide 24-hour immunity shots, but for quite a price.

My Verdict: 3/5

Takong by Jedd Rommel

It’s Sophie’s first night out as a woman, and it’s also a night of self realization for this different kind of Cinderella.

My Verdict: 3/5

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