Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Korea Actress: Na-yeong Lee

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Korea Actress: Na-yeong Lee

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Monday, September 28, 2009

The Boozer During the Crisis

She says: "Was buying food for keeps... then we saw Mikey Arroyo in Rustans Liquor Section asking the salesman for a brand of hard alcoholic drink. Effin Crazy! Just a few kilometers away from Katipunan, people are needing help for search and rescue, and there he was buying bottles of alcohol"

Location: Rustan's Supermarket QC

Mikey Arroyo shopping for liquor at the HEIGHT of the Typhoon?
Mikey mate.... what are you.. an alcoholic man?
You should have been elsewhere mate...
But you don't really care about the Filipino people... do you?
You only care about yourself and your gambling and your drinking.
You should be ASHAMED of yourself you LOSER!

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Animals Need Help Too

PAWS is opening its' doors for the dog and cat evacuees!
Please have a heart
and extend a helping hand to the innocent animals.You can also help by donating dog/cat food and cages/shelters with roofs. The shelter is
located in Katipunan. Exact Address and Contact numbers are:
Aurora Blvd., Katipunan Valley,Loyola Heights Q.C.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

AIDS Vaccine

For the first time, an experimental vaccine has prevented infection with the AIDS virus, a watershed event in the deadly epidemic and a surprising result. Recent failures led many scientists to think such a vaccine might never be possible.

The vaccine cut the risk of becoming infected with HIV by more than 31 percent in the world's largest AIDS vaccine trial of more than 16,000 volunteers in Thailand, researchers announced Thursday in Bangkok.

AIDS Vaccine

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Japan Actress: Ueno Juri

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Japan Actress: Ueno Juri

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Monday, September 21, 2009

Popular Family Murdered

There is this quaint place in front of Saguijo (the underground-ish rock place) in Saguijo Street in Makati, which was/is called Bread Box

Couple, son stabbed dead in Makati apartment

Authorities have launched a manhunt for the killers of a businessman and his family in their apartment unit in Makati City.

The bodies of the victims were discovered at around 10:30 a.m. Monday at Unit 402, Guijo Apartelle, 7623 Guijo St. in San Antonio Village.

Makati police chief, Supt. Cedrick Train, confirmed the killings although authorities refused to release the victims’ names.

A source, however, identified them as businessman Ariel Eguid, 43; his wife Pilar, 50, a chef; and their son, Adrian, 16.

The family owned the nearby Breadbox Restaurant, a small bar.

A source told the Inquirer that the three were stabbed dead sometime on Sunday by two men believed to be working at their restaurant.

The police, however, said they have yet to determine the motive for the massacre.

The bodies were found only on Monday after the apartment building’s caretakers wondered why the family had not yet come out of their unit.

The source said the family’s apartment was found to be in complete disarray.

Although the Makati police remain to be the lead investigator, the National Bureau of Investigation is also assisting in the case upon the order of Ruel Lasala, NBI deputy director for intelligence services.

The massacre shocked the family’s relatives and friends who knew them as gracious hosts to customers who frequented their piano bar.

The couple was often seen tending the bar while their only child played the piano for customers.

By Allison Lopez
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 19:51:00 09/21/2009

Marc Jacobs and HIS Thief


On October 11, 2004, the House of Representatives Committee on National Defense commenced an investigation in aid of legislation on corruption in the AFP. The probe uncovered several issues that may be directly addressed by legislation, such as the inaction of the AFP leadership in conducting a proactive investigation of one of their own, irregularities in the procurement process, and conversion, the institutionalized practice of converting funds from an authorized use to an unauthorized use, which has come to be the largest source of corruption in the AFP.

While the cases against Mgen. Garcia are now being prosecuted and tried in the proper fora, the recent House Committee hearings have unearthed issues bigger than any one personality, presenting a sizeable opportunity for legislative reform of the AFP. The inquiry does not start and end with Mgen. Garcia; others ought also be involved. In fact, in the hearing dated October 28, 2004, the Committee on National Defense uncovered the overpricing of medicines and medical supplies for a military hospital. This shows that the Committee inquiry should indeed go on as long as it has to. Only by knowing the various manifestations of graft and corruption in the AFP can Congress be able to formulate the appropriate legislative solutions.

This was followed by more revelations on the office of the AFP COMPTROLLER. The committee also unearthed anomalies involving the predecessor of Gen. Garcia, namely Lt. Gen. Jacinto Ligot. Details will be shown later.

The Committee is thankful for the support of concerned citizens who believe that the inquiry should continue to expose the full extent of corruption in the AFP. As opined by Amando Doronila of the Philippine Daily Inquirer:

With the bringing down of the Armed Forces to the ground of accountability, it has now joined the distinguished company of its civilian counterparts and other sectors of civil society. The inquiries show that the military is no longer a sacrosanct institution, immune from civil scrutiny, and untouchable because its monopoly of the means of state violence gives it the power of life and death over civilian regimes, threatened by civil unrest and disorder.

UP College of Law Dean Raul Pangalangan, on the other hand, writes that, in the case of AFP corruption, Congress just might be the most effective investigator:
When comrades in arms are likewise partners in crime, it may take a highly political body like Congress and not the courts acting alone to carry through an investigation… Some critics fault our congressmen for "grandstanding" during the Garcia hearings. I disagree. It takes our elected legislators to take our military to task. Not the President, who is ever so careful lest she provoke another coup. Not the President's Cabinet men and women who are bereft of an electoral mandate and dependent upon the President's political fortunes. And, but for a few shining moments, not the courts either. They all are too refined, their condemnations too finessed, their positions so nuanced. They are incapable of outrage because they tread on dangerous ground when they inquire into military perks. Only the raw power of politics can stand up to the raw power of arms…

The resolve of the Committee was likewise bolstered by the support of many cause-oriented groups and anti-corruption watchdogs such as the Anti-Graft League of the Philippines and the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption. The inquiry has likewise received the support of Bishop Efraim Tendero, National Director of the Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches. And in a consultative meeting, the Philippine Military Academy Alumni Association, Inc. (PMAAAI) urged Congress to continue its inquiry in aid of crafting a procurement law that will address the peculiar needs of the AFP.

In a Committee hearing, Col. Ricardo Morales, the commanding officer of the Army’s 402nd Brigade, when asked his opinion about the ongoing inquiries on AFP corruption, had this to say: “…I think this incident provides the essential shakeup to overcome all the inertia within the armed forces and provides the impetus for investigation and reform…”





• Customs and Border Patrol of the USA seized $100,000 from Gen. Garcia’s son.
• Records have shown that Gen Garcia and his wife transported $500,000 to the USA from the Philippines since 1993.
• ICE agents in the US have information that the Garcia family owns several properties in the US including 2 condominiums in New York and a house in Ohio. The condominiums value at over $1,420,000.
• Business interests in IJT Katamnan, Iloilo
• IJT Mango Orchard, Iloilo
• Various bank deposits that were frozen on order of the Anti-Money Laundering Council.
The Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) later obtained a freeze order from the Court of Appeals for the following bank accounts in the name of Mgen. Garcia and/or the members of his immediate family:

Table 1: Landbank of the Philippines (LBP)
Greenhills Branch

Account Holder Account Type/No.

Carlos F. Garcia Dollar Savings No. 0554-0017-00
Carlos F. Garcia or Juan Paolo Garcia Dollar Time Deposit No. 0559-0023-13
Carlos F. Garcia or Clarita D. Garcia Dollar Time Deposit No. 0559-0023-48
Carlos F. Garcia or Ian Carl Garcia Dollar Time Deposit No. 0559-0023-21
Carlos F. Garcia or Timothy Mark Garcia Dollar Time Deposit No. 0559-0023-30
Carlos F. Garcia ESP No. 0551-0419-64

Table 2: LBP Camp Aguinaldo Branch

Account Holder Account Type/No.

Carlos F. Garcia Regular No. 1671-0407-55

Table 3: Allied Banking Corporation

Account Holder Account Type/No.

Clarita D. Garcia Philippine Peso Acct. No. 32200115800001583004197
Clarita D. Garcia Philippine Peso Acct. No. 3200115800000001580017693
Clarita D. Garcia &/or Timothy Mark &/or Ian Carl Philippine Peso Acct. No. 3200115800000001585004584
Clarita D. Garcia Philippine Peso No.3200115400001543008444
Clarita D. Garcia Philippine Peso No.3200115400000001545006332
Clarita D. Garcia Philippine Peso No. 3200115400000001540061707
Clarita D. Garcia US Dollar Account 3200215400000001548001084
Clarita D. Garcia &/or Juan Paulo US Dollar Account 3200215400000001548001378
Clarita D. Garcia &/or Timothy Mark, Ian Carl US Dollar Account 3200215400000001548001386
Clarita D. Garcia US Dollar Account 3200215400000001548001594
Clarita D. Garcia US Dollar Account 3200215400000001548001505
Clarita D. Garcia &/or Timothy Mark, Ian Car US Dollar Account 3200215400000001548001491

Table 4: Armed Forces of the Philippines Savings
and Loans Association, Inc. (AFPSLAI)

Account Holder Account Type/No.

Clarita D. Garcia No. 01-352947-7
Clarita D. Garcia No. 02-010570-4
Carlos F. Garcia No. 01019009-06
Carlos F. Garcia No. 02-008173-2

Table 5: Banco De Oro Universal Bank

Account Holder Account Type/No.

Clarita D. Garcia
&/or Timothy Mark,
Ian Carl Garcia
No. 11380034246

Table 6: Bank of the Philippine Islands

Account Holder Account Type/No.

Clarita D. Garcia
&/or Ian Carl, Juan Paulo,
Timothy Mark
US Dollar Account No. 02002930000000- 9304002546
Clarita D. Garcia
&/or Ian Carl, Juan Paulo,
Timothy Mark
US Dollar Account No.020021070000000-

Table 7: United Coconut Planters Bank

Account Holder Account Type/No.

Clarita D. Garcia No. 1161236755
Clarita D. Garcia No. 1161235880
Timothy Mark Garcia No. 1161236780
Timothy Mark Garcia No. 1161235775
Timothy Mark Garcia No. 11612355787
Ian Carl Garcia Philippine Peso Acct. No. 1161236767
Ian Carl Garcia Philippine Peso Acct. No. 1161235738
Ian Carl Garcia Philippine Peso Acct. No. 11612355740

Table 8: Planters Development Bank

Account Holder Account Type/No.

Clarita D. Garcia &/or Ian Carl US Dollar Account No. 009860001459
Clarita D. Garcia &/Juan Paulo US Dollar Account No. 009860001460
Clarita D. Garcia &/or Timothy Mark US Dollar Account No. 009860001461
Clarita D. Garcia &/or Ian Carl US Dollar Account No. 001660007001
Clarita D. Garcia &/Juan Paulo US Dollar Account No. 001660007002
Clarita D. Garcia &/or Timothy Mark US Dollar Account No. 001660007003


Cases filed by Ombudsman:

• Administrative case: In violation of Sec. 8, in relation to Sec. 11 of RA 6713; Art. 183 of the Revised Penal Code; Sec. 52 A, Paragraphs (1) Dishonesty, (3) Grave Misconduct, and (20) Conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service under the Civil Service Law.

Status: Submitted for decision except the last one (still waiting for the position paper to be submitted by Garcia)

• Cases filed by Ombudsman in Sandiganbayan (Criminal cases): (1) In violation of Section 3E of RA 3019 (2) Forfeiture of ill-gotten wealth (3) Perjury

• Cases filed under General Court Martial in Violation of the Articles of War 96 (conduct unbecoming of an officer and a gentleman) and articles of War 97 (conduct prejudicial to good order and military discipline). Under AW 96, he was charged for wrongfully and unfaithfully failing to declare all his existing assets in his sworn Statement of Assets and Liabilities in 2003 which corresponds to his assets for 2002 and for his SAL submitted in 2004. Under AW 97, it was for knowingly, wrongfully and unlawfully making false statement under oath of his assets in his SAL. MGen. Garcia’s other charge under AW 97 was his status of an immigrant-permanent resident of the United States.



• A house in Buena Park, California worth $183,000 bought with cash in 2002
• A house in Anaheim, California worth $504,000 bought thru a loan in 2003
• Condominium in Essensa, The Fort, Taguig
• Condominium in Paseo Parkview
• Suspected ownership of condo in Bonifacio Ridge
• Parmil Farms
• House in MBAI, Muntinlupa City
• House in Brgy. Lapu-Lapu, Batangas City
• House in BCDA, Taguig
• He Also sold a house in Florida
• Property in Brgy. Imbayao, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon


• 2 Counts of PERJURY filed before the Ombudsman for knowingly and deliberately making untrufhful statements under oath in his Statement of Assets and Liabilities for the year 2002 and 2003.

• Violation of RA 1376 (unexplained wealth) also filed before the Ombudsman.

Saturday, September 19, 2009


Out soon.....

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Friday, September 18, 2009

Chika Chika Boom Boom

Show me someone who never gossips, and I'll show you someone who isn't interested in people. ~Barbara Walters

The now defunct, six feet under Chikatime gossip blog was not exactly an innovative concept when it first exploded onto Filipino computer screens in 2007. Perez Hilton had already been dominating the global gossip scene with his particular brand of shock and awe, but then along came fashion blogger Bryanboy who quickly copied Hilton’s format to blistering effect.
And I mean blistering

Bryanboy launched Chikatime in the Philippines to thunderous applause and hostile reaction. Chikatime and its clever creator were being incredibly audacious to say the least, considering the site's main targets were the REAL power people behind Manila's toxic high society. To fear as well, were the real dangers and risks involved with unabashedly redefining the entire social scene through honest, truthful yet sordid revelation and earth shattering chismis. The Philippines' "all powerful" who had previously enjoyed nearly full control over ‘their’ media were quite literally catatonic as expose after expose made its way to computer screens all over the country. No one was safe from the constant stream of shocking revelation.

With the advent of Chikatime, Manila’s HIGH society for the second time had NO control over a semi automatic rogue website that was systematically destroying individuals, one gossip dagger at a time, leaving a truly sordid trail of devastation and destruction in its wake. The gossip blog absolutely was a watershed moment in the Philippines, but we must never forget the fact that before Chikatime, there was another scathing "shoot and maim" gossip blog called Soozyhopper. The creator of the Soozyhopper site and Bryanboy’s predecessor was Raul Manzano who is a very high society insider. After Manzano shut down his gossip blog (NBI were circling) Bryan Boy saw his opportunity, started Chikatime and Manila would never be the same.

Finally, the very clever, blush wearing, frilly bow donning fashion blogger would have the last laugh and soon the choicest cuts of high society meat that sent him up the river not so long ago with the "do not invite to anything" paddle would be paying the ultimate price. They were hung out to dry. It was sweet toxic revenge against the very same people who had rejected Bryanboy’s own harsh branding and some very off putting more often than not "inept social mannerisms". Bryanboy told me himself that Celine Lopez led the charge against him and he was banished from the Gucci Gang forever after the two of them had a public altercation at Nami in Boracay.

It’s a fact that after Chikatime launched, many people were grasping for oxygen masks when private delectable details of their lives were blasted out publicly for all to see, read and sometimes even taste. Manila was hooked from the very first day and started to demand more from Chikatime.

The explosive tales of drug use and XXX sexcapades were plentiful and fruitful as were the tales of candid and not so candid debauchery. Chikatime exposed crassness to the extreme for all the lovers of dirty laundry and closeted skeletons. There was that infamous picture of a cocaine-snorting socialite, which was HUGE . Sure, socialites doing drugs is not new, but having their picture posted on the net snorting the drugs was.

Bryanboy seemed to target people one at a time, unleashing their darkest super secrets and behind the scenes uber-chis. For months, the gossip shrapnel continued to impale the site's victims forcing some very well heeled victims to actually vanish for weeks out of sheer humiliation. No one was safe as the Chikatime grenades were being lobbed into the epicentre of the Manila social whirl. In no time at all, Manila’s high society landscape was littered with limbless bodies riddled with gossip inflicted war wounds.

Some of Chikatime’s victims were embarrassed by shocking revelations, while others have yet to fully recover. For some, the vicious innuendo and caustic bits of reality had a sobering affect on them. But most others could not look away, checking it every five minutes trying desperately to quench their insatiable need, passion and desire for the dirt.

Addiction to the blog became a reality for many as the site became a magnet for everything debauched, criminal and down right ugly. Its creator you see was exacting revenge. Revenge for being rejected from the exact same thing Chikatime ripped to shreds. Society. Bryanboy longed to be part of the Gucci Gang and Manila’s High Society or rather Celine Lopez’s world as it was back then. And when the top tier socialite banished Bryanboy, it gave him all the impetuous he needed for his caustic brand of wicked payback.

I resolve to speak ill of no man whatever, not even in a matter of truth; but rather by some means excuse the faults I hear charged upon others, and upon proper occasions speak all the good I know of everybody. ~Benjamin Franklin

Normally and traditionally, the Philippines' young hottish ‘jet set’ would write about each other in the most glowing of fashions in the lifestyle columns of the leading newspapers. The ‘best friends forever’ club would devote what seemed like a million inches of column space to each other week after week. These were the very same people that Chikatime attempted to annihilate.

I’m under the impression that most people believed that there was more than one person responsible for Chikatime as the gossip site itself clearly and openly declared. There is no question that bravery and a massive dash of courage was required by the 'supposed' creators of the gossip site who ultimately ended up being fabricated people who claimed to have an axe to grind against society and the ills of Manila. But it was really just Bryanboy being very clever and he managed to fool 100% of the people 100% of the time. He was a fractured genius.

Bryanboy was/is a well known fashion blogger with an ammo belt packed with toxic bullets aimed squarely at society figureheads and showbiz starlets and Pinoy hunks who were the very people who banished the fashion blogger into high society obscurity during a now infamous incident on Boracay.

Bryanboys's predecessor, Soozyhopper publisher Raul Manzano

In Manila, Chikatime truly was a ground breaking earth shattering 'woken up with iced water in the face' reality call that many 'innocent' people were sucked into, never ever aware of who exactly it was who was destroying their lives, one explosive detail at a time.
Manila truly was paralyzed with fear for the longest time due to the bomb shell revelations and I'm sure that a few of Chikatime's victims experienced more than one heart palpitation. As soon as Chikatime developed its wings and finally took flight, so did the search for it's mysterious anonymous creator.

There are a terrible lot of lies going about the world, and the worst of it is that half of them are true. ~Winston Churchill

Whether it was a cocaine snorting "somebody" in the toilets at Embassy or erectile dysfunction afflicting a leading fashion event organiser, everything was covered and exposed on the acid splash blog which kept Manila riveted and furious for many months, until it closure.

But I knew who was systematically, one by one, tearing down the exact tier of society the gossip blogger longed so deeply to be a part of.
High society.

Bryanboy was on a rampage and he asked my opinion many times whether or not I thought he was going 'overboard' with the delicious destruction of his friends and fellow fashion anomalies.

Before Chikatime, no one person had ever enjoyed such a prolonged period of slice, slash, hash, bash and dash like this new blogging medium offered the creator of the gossip blog. And did Chikatime ever love to gossip!

But people should never forget that before Chikatime, Manila DID indeed have another gossip driven blog called Soozyhopper which was penned and published by a well know Manila identity who thrived in the publishing world for some time. Before Chikatime, there was former ABS-CBN executive, Raul Manzano who held the Philippines captive for some time with his own blog of treachery, which also rendered many Manilaites helpless when the devastation and truth hit the proverbial fan.

This question was asked over and over again in both cafes and cocktail bars. Unsuspecting people were woken with a jar when their picture appeared with some disastrous revelation, which lead many to tears and many others to scream, WHO IS CHIKATIME?

Some people were caught looking at their computer screen and literally screamed with a combination of helplessness and rage. The Chikatime missiles tended to be nuclear, relentless and unforgiving which always inevitably found their intended targets.
It was a long series of ka-boom after ka-boom after ka-boom! And as a result Manila would never be the same.

But then a strange thing happened and the very people who were terrified of being on the gossip site became addicted to the demise and destruction of others (in many cases close friends), and the Chikatime roller coaster lost its brakes. Carnage was always inevitable. After a while road kill was everywhere you turned.

If you haven't got anything nice to say about anybody, come sit next to me. ~Alice Roosevelt Longworth

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Malaysia Singer: Siti Norhaliza

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Malaysia Singer: Siti Norhaliza

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Chikatime Creator Threatens Blogger

Chikatime creator/publisher Bryanboy

Dear Brian,

This happened a week before I first contacted you and GURRRL I WAS SHOCKED.
Bryanboy is trying to effing sue me (http://www.thegossiper.typepad.com/) for defamation. Imagine that, Bryanboy threatening to sue ME! The creator of Chikatime is threatening to sue ME! The world is going crazy. My blog is new and I think he's scared because I'm in the Philippines.

I attached a screen-shot (mind you, I don't know how Bryanboy got my address (Bryan Boy is a major hacker, that's how dear T). and if you choose to re-post this, do not show my address...no one lives there anymore. )

Anyway I posted something about him being the man behind Chikatime on a forum (a forum that attracts, what, 400 hits a day??) and lo and behold, one month later he sends me this creepy email , and the bastard had the gall to CALL MY HOME AND MAKE THREATS TO MY FATHER.

Uh, whatevs. The industry can be a bitch.

Dear BryanBoy,

You ARE and always will be Chikatime dear.

Own it.

You think you can do what you're doing and get away with it?

We're ALL on to you.
Your world is getting smaller.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Taiwan Actress: Joyce Zhao Hong Qiao

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Taiwan Actress: Joyce Zhao Hong Qiao

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Sunday, September 13, 2009

Dinig Sana Kita (If I Knew What You Said)

Some keepsakes from the movie which will be screened again on September 19th 2009 at 11am at Dundas Square Cinema, Toronto International Film Festival

Deaf dancer and brand new actor Romalito Mallari who plays the male lead 'Kiko' in his first role.
He is/was wonderful.......and sooo gorgeous to watch. I loved him.

After waiting in line, I met the film's amazing director
Mike Escareal Sandejas after his PACKED TIFF screening

Meeting the film's female lead, actress/musician
Zoe Sandejas who plays Niña masterfully

Dear Readers,

I was so thrilled to have been invited to view the Toronto International Film Festival's screening of Dinig Sana Kita (If I Knew What You Said). (thanks dear Von)

This film has everything a movie should have.

It comes complete with refreshing new actors, a brilliant script and an amazing location.
The location of course is the Philippines with some special focus on Baguio where my great mate Oliver happens to live. The film is beautifully shot and made me really miss the country and the Filipino people.

Dinig Sana Kita (If I Knew What You Said) is a multilayered film which left me breathless. I exited the cinema feeling both deeply touched by the love story and encouraged to learn more about the deaf and their relationship with dance and music.
It was so beautiful.

I was also driven to unwrap the director's message and absorb it through every pore of my being.

I love Filipino movies but often the acting is a bit 'over the top'.
This movie needs to be seen by every single person who is the least bit interested in dance, music and heart strings.
My heart strings were pulled and tugged leaving me finally... in a heap of salty tears.

The ending was so superb..... we all agreed.

I don't want to ramble on about the film's story too much.
I entered the cinema knowing nothing about what I was going to see.
I love it that way.

You should do the same because I know you will also love this film.

Go see this BRILLIANT movie and support all good Filipino films!

My mate Von has written an AWESOME review and I'll direct you there because there is no way I could have done better!

ALSO visit the films official website @



Is a story of a Deaf Dancer (Romalito Mallari) and a Rock Musician (Zoe Sandejas) who cross paths at a Youth Camp that mixes Deaf and Hearing kids. Their encounter with each other gets off to a rocky start but soon these polar opposites find that they have more in common than the others including a love for music. As the story progresses, we leave the camp behind to focus on their individual lives and how their friendship helps them to cope.

Primarily a film about communication in relationships, IF I KNEW WHAT YOU SAID shows how the Filipino Deaf Culture exists in the world of the hearing. It showcases Deaf talents in acting and dancing. ROMALITO MALLARI is really Deaf and is the first Filipino Deaf Actor cast in a lead actor role.


ROBERT SENA – Dr. Rafael Mendoza
MICA TORRE – Niña’s Mom


Director – Mike Sandejas
Producer – Mike Sandejas
Screenplay – Mike Sandejas
Cinematographer – Albert Banzon
Production Designer – Roland Rubenecia
Film Editor – Mik Pestano
Music – Francis Brew Reyes
Sound – Ronald de Asis and Mark Locsin

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