Showing posts with label Screening. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Screening. Show all posts

Monday, December 11, 2023

Unspoken Letters Delves into Neurodiversity with Lead Star Jhassy Busran

9:45:00 PM


Movies are a potent way to tell stories and advocacies, influencing not only individual lives but entire communities. The upcoming film, "Unspoken Letters," takes a fresh approach by sharing a unique story that mirrors the experiences of individuals facing similar situations. This family drama provides Jhassy Busran with a platform to deliver an outstanding performance, unraveling a touching narrative that connects with viewers and brings attention to the hurdles confronted by those with intellectual disorders.

In this heartfelt movie, Busran steps into the shoes of Felipa, a seventeen-year-old living a life with the cognitive abilities of a seven-year-old. The film gracefully weaves through a family's journey, tackling neurodiversity, a father's illness, and the disclosure of long-hidden family truths.

The brilliance of the film "Unspoken Letters" lies in its capacity to share a complex subject accessible and understandable. With this, Felipa in the film becomes the lens through which viewers witness the everyday struggles and triumphs of neurodiverse individuals. The film succeeds not only as entertainment but also as a powerful medium for fostering understanding and empathy.

In an interview, Busran shared, "The character I portray, Felipa, is a special child. What we want to convey to the audience, especially those who share similarities with Felipa, is that your circumstances should not be a hindrance."

The movie's narrative beautifully unfolds Felipa's dreams, aspirations, and her admiration for her older siblings. It skillfully navigates the challenges faced by families dealing with neurodiverse members, presenting a story that is both heartwarming and thought-provoking. It's as almost real as it is.

To prepare for her role, Busran engaged in mental preparation and extensive online research, ensuring an authentic portrayal. Her dedication to breaking stereotypes and promoting empowerment shines through in every scene.

"Unspoken Letters" marks Busran's third cinematic venture, showcasing her versatility as an actress. Her notable performances in previous films and accolades at film festivals, including the Manhattan Film Festival New York 2021, attest to her rising star in the industry.

Beyond the silver screen, Busran's influence extends to television with appearances in "Roommate," "Bubble Gang," and "Imbestigador." Upcoming projects like "Genius Teens – Season One" and "Tropa Peeps" further showcase her growing presence.

"Unspoken Letters" is not just a movie; it's a conversation starter. The film's premiere on December 13 is not to be missed, promising an emotional and enlightening experience. It invites audiences to step into Felipa's world, fostering a greater understanding of neurodiversity and leaving a lasting impact.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

SO IT'S YOU, A Sweet RomCom Movie

8:00:00 AM

What does celebrity love teams should have? Well in Kwento Ni Toto's thought or should I say in almost everyone's thought, CHEMISTRY is what love teams should have and the love team of Carla Abellana and Tom Rodriguez gives that sweet tingling feeling whenever they are together. A romantic aura that's binding them together. The sweetness, the sparks in theirs eyes, and the cute laughs that they have makes them a great couple. Just like what writer-director Jun Lana describes them in their first big screen pairing in Regal Entertainment's romantic-comedy film entitled “So It's You.” He said that “Bagay sila!”

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

A First Look at BEGIN AGAIN Movie

5:14:00 AM

Kwento Ni Toto shares this interesting musically inclined love story on our Watchful Wednesday.  BEGIN AGAIN is a romantic movie which stars Mark Ruffalo Kiera Knightley and Adam Levine.  For great fans of Maroon 5 this movie is something to look forward to.

The movie, BEGIN AGAIN is a creation of John Carney, director of the critically-acclaimed movie ONCE.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Ina Kapatid Anak, Advance Screening

6:43:00 AM

Last week, few days before the start of its primetime show, I was able to have a chance to watch the first five days of this new teleserye, the "INA KAPATID ANAK". It was an inspiring, in time, and an uplifting story for the mothers. It shows different moral stories that we can learn from, being a mother, being a sibling, and being a child. The story also touches the side of the fathers which is also great to know that they have shown the good and the bad side of a father.

Since the teleserye had already been aired what have you somehow learned and realized from this moment. Did the story touches your heart or does it represents you or you confirm that the story is something close to your own side of story? What ever your reactions are I'm very much sure that we all can relate about the story since the main thrust of the story line is about family.

If you have seen the first five days of the teleserye that's really great because you've seen the first part of the emotions and for those who hasn't, better catch it. Perhaps there's more to learn and more to expect from the story.  Watch "INA KAPATID ANAK" on primetime!

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