To be published soon]. The quality of education in Kan-Ague Elementary School was far from top-class. They returned home very late and members of the Abu Sayyaf apprehended the teachers, including Aleli and Fahad. It needs to be talked about because there is an alarming lack of it especially in the riskier and more remote areas in the Philippines. They wake up at dawn and walk for hours to get to school. But the film succeeds in providing viewers a glimpse of the tragic reality about armed conflict and its effect on education, security, and welfare of innocent civilians. The Cinemelaya entry Patikul tackles the effect of indiscriminate violence and killings in Mindanao on the lives of the people caught in the midst of hostilities. Teachers too have to sacrifice and risk a lot to make education accessible to the children of Patikul.
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Click here to report it, or see our DMCA policy. Patikul, indeed, was about all these. Its desire to be “full of heart” for a lack of a better phrase is too put on, too manufactured.
When Balmes was tutoring Aleli and Fahad for a mvoie bee they were going to join, some of the facts that were stated in their books were already outdated.
But it also successfully incorporated other social issues confronted not just by the residents of Patikul but the entire country as well. Email required Address never made public.
There were so many tearjerker scenes in the film.
Even Dizon, who played the character, said he mvoie while filming the scene. In Patikul, teachers and students alike risk their safety for the sake of service and learning. Patikul and Indanan were included in the Sulu Province for the first batch of classes.
Patikul () – IMDb
I love hearing from my readers! It is based on a true story of the community in Patikul, Sulu whose school principal was murdered after being held up by terrorists. February 225: Majority of them are illiterate and poor. You are commenting using your Twitter account. The story tackles the longstanding conflict between government troops and Abu Sayyaf rebels, whose initial fight for autonomy has led, unfortunately, to terrorist tactics.
Following the demise of Balmes at the hands of his abductors, Fahad and Alelie still compete, both of them dedicating their efforts to their fallen mentor. You are commenting using your WordPress. It needs to be talked about because there is an alarming lack of it especially in the riskier and more remote areas in the Philippines. The other supporting cast-members, with the probable exception of Glaiza de Castro who gives a modestly heartfelt depiction of one of the schoolteachers, are needless pretty faces and familiar names whose only contribution to the film is publicity.
How it was resolved is something one needs to find out for her or himself. But the film succeeds in providing viewers a glimpse of the tragic reality about armed conflict and its effect on education, security, and welfare of innocent civilians. Patikul was born out of that very noble intention of educating the public on the deficiencies of the policy on pwtikul in the Philippines.
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Patikul () directed by Joel Lamangan • Reviews, film + cast • Letterboxd
The actors, however, are only acting out what the screenplay tells them to act out. Don’t forget to add a “name”, be it your real name or your pseudonym: It is ridiculously talky, indulging in dialogue that makes more obvious the already obvious. Thus, the result is this confused work whose only merit is that it seems to signal that the type of uninvolved filmmaking that Lamangan has gotten too used to from working as a hired gun for film relfection and television stations can no longer work when the film that needs to be made involves the director’s sincerest advocacy that he longs to communicate.
Two of Kan-Ague’s best students are chosen to compete in the region’s quiz bee. However, these locations are just stages, the characters are just performers, and the film is just an explicit exercise of feflection. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
Patikul is a sincere film that lacks conviction. However, the students get caught in the middle of the hostilities between the government and the terrorists. Proceed with Caution Pinoy Rebyu Score: You are commenting using your WordPress.
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Another was when a teacher movi one hostage-taker as her former classmate, thus sparing them and their students. In the screenplay and film version, Kan-Ague Elementary School principal Michael Balmes Marvin Agustin chooses to ignore the perils of working in a teflection zone territory to fulfill his role as a dedicated teacher to impoverished students.
Instead, the film was shot in locations in Rizal and Cavite that could pass for the town of Patikul, or what Lamangan envisions Patikul in Sulu would be.
My impression from posters and comments about the film was that it was about violence in Mindanao, the terrorism that lies within the region and the abuse and poverty that its constituents are experiencing there.