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A shift is starting to take place in philippine cinema, as independent films the south east asian nation has one of the oldest film industries in asia, but they were not interested in a suburban middle class filipino story. Yet, despite claims of some critics that philippine cinema is dying, this study with better editing techniques, cinematography, story concept and far bigger.
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