Angels (2007 film)

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Angels
Directed by Gina Alajar
Produced by Angel Locsin
Starring Angel Locsin
Jennylyn Mercado
Patrick Garcia
Marvin Agustin
Distributed by Eagle Eye Entertainment Productions
Release date(s) June 13, 2007
Running time 113 minutes
Country Philippines
Language Tagalog
English

Angels is a 2007 Filipino trilogy film, starred by Angel Locsin with Jennylyn Mercado, Patrick Garcia and Marvin Agustin.[1]

Plot[edit]

Angels is a trilogy. The three episodes featured in the movies are: "Angel of Mine", "Daddy's Angel" and "Angel of Love". "Angel of Mine," directed by Gina Alajar, features a career woman forced to attend a child left by this problematic mother. "Daddy's Angel" follows the bitter father-and-son relationship between a (dying) ex-convict and this affectionate young boy who bore miserable stigmas of a brutal past. A young man is imprisoned for killing a close friend, who raped his wife on his wedding day. While in prison, his wife gets pregnant, giving birth to this angelic boy. The wife dies before his sentence is due. In "Angel of Love", Bianang, a frustrated musician, is caught in a tangle of family concerns. Orphaned by their mother and abandoned by their father. She is left to look after her two younger siblings and fend for their needs by finding her niche in the music industry. By some twist of fate, guised through Kerubina, her path crosses with Jude, a guy from a matriarchal clan of aristocrats who battles with repercussions of ending a heavily laden relationship.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erece, Dinno (March 15, 2007). "Angel Locsin's talent manager now a movie producer". Philippine Entertainment Portal. 

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