Manila in the Claws of Light Trailer

Manila in the Claws of Light Trailer (1975)

16 July 1975 Drama, Mystery 125 mins

Poor fisher Julio Madiaga goes to the city to look for his long lost love, Ligaya Paraiso. His search leads to a radical shift in his character - from a naive country boy to an angry young man thirsting for justice. He works in a construction site, gets introduced to unfair labor practices, and becomes acquainted with both cynical and idealistic fellow workers. When he loses his job, he resorts to prostitution. He finally encounters his sweetheart who recounts her own suffering in the hands of an illegal recruiter who set her up for white slavery. A rich, possessive and cruel Chinaman benefactor who sired her a child is now her common-law husband. Julio and Ligaya plot their escape.

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Cast

Bembol Roco

as Julio Madiaga

Hilda Koronel

as Ligaya Paraiso

Joe Jardy

as Frank

Pancho Pelagio

as Mr. Balajadia

Joe Gruta

as Lalaki

Nina Lorenzo

as Haliparot

Mely Mallari

as Tindera

Tommy Yap

as Ah Tek

Orlando Nadres

as May-ari ng Discotheque

International Titles

Manila in the Claws of Neon Trailer

The Nail of Brightness Trailer

International Releases Dates

Philippines 16 July 1975

Production Companies

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