Some memories do come back to haunt you.

Mara Fabre (Nora Aunor) is diagnosed with early onset dementia, In the hope of jogging her memory, she is brought by her cousin's family to her hometown in a remote island in Batanes. But instead of just recalling familiar places and faces, she then starts seeing visions no one else sees. It is only her young niece, Rachel (Jasmine Curtis Smith), who begins to wonder if what Mara sees is really just a by-product of her illness or if there really is something haunting her from the past.

Ms. Nora Aunor and Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Bing Loyzaga, Yul Servo, Chynna Ortaleza, Jeric Gonzales, Althea Vega, Lou Veloso and Lui Manansala.

Directed by Percival M. Intalan
In Philippine Cinemas this September 24

A foul-mouthed woman (Nora Aunor) fights for her soul in the belly of the city. Working for a human trafficking agency controlled by a powerful syndicate, she sees no evil, hears no evil. In a society like ours, you have only two choices – to be a victim, or a victimizer. She makes her choice.


Nora Aunor / Rocco Nacino / Sunshine Dizon / Rosanna Roces / Gardo Versoza / Chynna Ortaleza / and Romnick Sarmenta 

With: Jaime Pebangco / Jeric Gonzales / Mikoy Morales 
Starring: Sue Prado / Tony Mabesa / John Rendez / Hero Bautista / Miles Kanapi / Chanel Latorre / Angela Ruiz / Tosca Seiber / Zarah Saldua / Dennis Coronel

Director -- Joel C. Lamangan
Story and Screenplay -- Ricardo Lee
Executive Producers -- Harlene Bautista, Jose Mari Abacan
Line and Supervising Producer – Dennis Evangelista
Producer -- Ferdinand Lapuz
Assistant Directors -- Julius Alfonso, Alejandro “Bong” Ramos
Director of Photography -- Nap Jamir, II
Editor -- Vanessa De Leon
Production Designer -- Edgar Martin Littaua
Musical Scorer – Emerzon Texon
Sound Designer -- Lamberto Casas, Jr.

Production Companies -- Likhang Silangan Production and Cinemalaya Foundation

MABUHAY ang Cinemalaya!