Thursday, 25 August 2016

Movie Review: Camp Sawi

Camp Sawi tells the story of 5 different women who are struggling to mend their broken hearts, find themselves inside a camp that will help them recover from their awful experiences in love.

The film is a hilarious take of moving on in a relationship that somehow makes the audience relate in most of the situation. Its non formulaic and free flow story telling makes it more truthful and honest. Arci, Bela, Andi, Yassi and Kim's funny, precise, sincere, dynamic and subtle performance respectively are all match to their character
making the film more watchable. Sam Milby plays a vital role that  also delivers. From this film I can say that Arci Muñoz is truly a versatile actress and Bela Padilla as always is a good actress. Andi Eigenmann's role is something new for her that brings out her maturity as an actress. The walwalan scene of Arci and Bela is super laugh trip that makes you think that you also did this when you are drunk. Touching moment for me is every hugot line that they deliver cause you feel that it really hurts. I  love the song choices in the film especially Malaya by Moira Dela Torre. Watching this film is a validation that indeed there is no formula in moving on as it is a continuous process of healing your heart and its you who decide when to move on.

My Verdict: 3.5/5

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