Most Popular Romeo Vasquez Trailers
Total trailers found: 9
Two Nest... One Bird Trailer (1977)
07 October 1977
Dalawang Pugad, Isang Ibon is a 1977 drama film directed by Ishmael Bernal. The film analyzes adultery in a mature way and presents reasons why many modern marriages in bourgeois families slowly dissipate into alienation and lead to adultery.
23 June 1978
A story between two women sharing the same man.
Whisper to the Wind Trailer (1966)
01 January 1966
Siblings discover that their father has their vampire mother chained up in the cellar. The mother bites her son and soon everyone in the community is either dead or a vampire.
Bilanggong Birhen Trailer (1960)
01 January 1960
This unforgettable Filipino drama stars Amalia Fuentes as a woman suffering under the viciousness of the worst kind of enemy imaginable: her family.
Suicide Commandoes Trailer (1962)
12 June 1962
The story line, although in fiction, was set in the last days of the Second World War in the Philippines, particularly the Bessang Pass in the island of Luzon.
01 January 1994
Follow-up to the previous year's sensationalist hit The Vizconde Massacre: God, Help Us! (based on a real, gruesome, then-unsolved triple murder that was hogging Filipino newspaper space at the time), this includes new evidence in the case.
Swing It... Baby! Trailer (1979)
09 March 1979
a film by Al Quinn.
Why Is There Love? Trailer (1979)
15 May 1979
This drama offers a rare chance to compare the styles of two major Filipino filmmakers. Ishmael Bernal directs the first episode from a screenplay by Jorge Arago, about a chance encounter between a spirited ex-nun and a dispirited architect played by Nora Aunor and Christopher de Leon.
24 June 1993
Based on the infamous and seemingly never ending 1991 Vizconde murder case in the Philippines where a woman and her two children; a teen daughter who was also raped and a 6-year-old, were all viciously stabbed to death while the husband was away in America on business.