Ang Darling Kong Aswang

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Ang Darling Kong Aswang
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Directed by Tony Y Reyes
Starring Vic Sotto
Cristine Reyes
Agot Isidro
Dante Rivero
Ritchie d’Horsie
Jean Garcia
Music by Jan K. Ilacad
Production
company
Distributed by OctoArts Films
Release dates
  • December 25, 2009 (2009-12-25)
Country Philippines
Language Filipino
Box office P89.6 million (2 weeks - MMFF SEASON)
P98 million (4 weeks)

Ang Darling Kong Aswang, also known as Ang Darling Kong Asawa, is a 2009 Filipino comedy horror film .[1] It translates into "My Wife the Monster" ("Aswang" is a kind of vampire from the Philippines).

Plot[edit]

Victor (Vic Sotto) is a single father who falls in love with Elisa (Cristine Reyes) who turns out to be an Aswang. But even so, Victor love Elisa so much that he accepted who she is and even live with her as his second wife.

But the problem comes when the leader of the Aswang clan (Jean Garcia) finds out that Elisa and her mother (Agot Isidro) are not eating humans anymore. She sends out other Aswangs to hunt down Elisa and her mother, and also for Victor and his family.

Victor then will face the leader of the Aswang clan to save his beloved Elisa.

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Awards and nominations[edit]

2009 35th Metro Manila Film Festival 3rd Best Picture - won Best Festival Director - Tony Y. Reyes - nomination Best Actor Vic Sotto - nomination Best Actress Cristine Reyes - nomination Best Supporting Actress - Agot Isidro - nomination Best Screenplay - Bibeth Orteza and Anna Karenina Ramos - nomination Best Original Story - Bibeth Orteza, Vic Sotto and Tony Y. Reyes - nomination Best Cinematography - Lito Mempin - nomination Best Sound Recording - Mike Idioma - won 7th ENPRESS Golden Screen Awards || Best Visual Effects (Imaginary Friends) || style="background: #FDD; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: center; " class="no table-no2"|Nominated

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "‘Ang Darling Kong Aswang’". Manila Bulletin. December 26, 2009. Retrieved February 4, 2010. 

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