|Directed by||Dondon Santos|
|Written by||Shugo Praico|
Cherry Pie Picache
|Distributed by||Star Cinema|
Noy is a Filipino independent film released in 2010. It stars Coco Martin and Erich Gonzales and was released under Star Cinema. The film was directed by award-winning film director Dondon Santos. The film is rated "A" by the Cinema Evaluation Board of the Philippines. It was selected as the Filipino entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards. However, the film didn't make the final shortlist.
Forced to find a job as his family's breadwinner, Noy (Coco Martin) poses as a journalist commissioned to come up with a documentary following the campaign trail of his namesake and top presidential bet, Sen. Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino for the 2010 Philippine National elections.
The film, infused with actual documentary footage inter-cut with dramatic scenes, deals with themes of poverty, survival and hope for the Filipino family.
- Coco Martin as Manolo Noy Agapito
- Erich Gonzales as Divine
- Joem Bascon as Bong
- Cheska Billiones as Tata
- Cherry Pie Picache as Letty
- Vice Ganda as Jane
- Baron Geisler as Caloy
- Ketchup Eusebio
- Tess Antonio
- Pen Medina
- Jhong Hilario
- Janus Del Prado
- Ping Medina
- Neil Ryan Sese
- Kristofer King
- Karen Davila
- Some scenes were shot in Malabon City and Obando, Bulacan.
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- List of Philippine submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
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