Sorry to disappoint other readers, but I'll not delve into the juicy details of the movie's plot. I will discuss something we see everyday.
The newspaper, by the way, turned out to be the Manila Bulletin. Established in February 1900, this newspaper is the second-oldest in the country after the Manila Times.
In my opinion, the Sunday edition of the Manila Bulletin could be the most popular one. Aside from the Panorama magazine, much of the classified advertisements appear on this day.
As a side note, Star Home Video will be releasing the movie in DVD and VCD formats. Movie enthusiasts might be interested.
|Photo from Facebook page of Star Home Video|