Dreaming Filipinos Trailer

Dreaming Filipinos Trailer (1991)

13 September 1991 52 mins

Paul Gabriel was born in the USA but raised in the Philippines. Paul plans to return to America after his college graduation. But before he could graduate, he must pass one subject where his professor demands that he answer the question, "What's wrong with the Filipino?" Paul's effort to answer the question forces him to reflect on the question of Filipino identity.

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Crew

Manny Reyes

Director

Herky Del Mundo

Herky Del Mundo Cinematography

Herky Del Mundo

Herky Del Mundo Cinematography

International Releases Dates

Canada 13 September 1991

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