Sa 'yo Lamang

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Sa 'yo Lamang
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Theatrical movie poster
Directed by Laurice Guillen
Produced by Charo Santos-Concio
Malou Santos
Written by Ricky Lee
Ralph Jacinto Quiblat
Anna Karenina Ramos
Starring Lorna Tolentino
Christopher de Leon
Bea Alonzo
Diether Ocampo
Coco Martin
Enchong Dee
Shaina Magdayao
Zanjoe Marudo
Music by Sa'yo Lamang (Performed by Juris Fernandez)
Cinematography Lee Briones Meily
Distributed by Star Cinema
Release date(s) September 1, 2010 (2010-09-01) (Philippines)
Running time 105 minutes
Country Philippines
Language Tagalog
Box office ₱50,230,216 .[1]

Sa 'yo Lamang (Only Yours) is a 2010 Filipino religious-family drama film produced and released by Star Cinema.[2] It is Star Cinema's offering for its 17th year anniversary.[3]

Synopsis[edit]

From the director who gave us Tanging Yaman, Laurice Guillen, is back with another heart-warming family drama which teaches us about love, faith and life. Sa ‘Yo Lamang stars Christopher De Leon, Lorna Tolentino, Bea Alonzo, Coco Martin, Enchong Dee, Miles Ocampo, Shaina Magdayao and Empress Schuck.

Plot[edit]

Dianne seems to have a happy family.She and her mom just bought a house for them,her younger siblings are doing great at school, and her boyfriend of two years is already preparing for their future together. But everything in her life shatters when her dad, Franco, returns after ten years of being with his mistress. More than the irritating presence of Franco, what hurts Dianne the most is how her mom wholeheartedly accepts Franco back to live with them again, and how her siblings allow him to be their father again, as if he never left. Confused and hurt, Dianne does everything to throw Franco out of their lives. But as she succeeds with her plans, she is shocked to learn that their family’s problem is more than the return of the man who has hurt her in the past.And thus the start of the journey of Dianne and her family as they discover their family’s secrets.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main Cast

  • Christopher De Leon as Franco Alvero - Franco is the father of Dianne, Coby, James and Lisa and also Amanda's husband.
  • Lorna Tolentino as Amanda Alvero - Amanda is the mother of Dianne, Coby, James and Lisa and also Franco's wife.
  • Bea Alonzo as Dianne Alvero - Dianne is Amanda and Franco's first daughter and first child also.
  • Coco Martin as Coby Alvero - Coby is Amanda and Franco's first son and second child.
  • Enchong Dee as James Alvero - James is Amanda and Franco's 2nd son. He is Amanda's 4th child, however, he is Franco's 3rd child.
  • Miles Ocampo as Lisa Alvero - Lisa is Amanda's 3rd daughter, Franco's 4th child and Amanda's 5th child.

Supporting Cast

Special Participation

Reception[edit]

Reviews[edit]

This film is graded A by the Cinema Evaluation Board of the Philippines and rated PG-13 by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board.[4] The film lead the nominations in 27th PMPC Star Awards for Movies, having thirteen nominations, but the film failed to win any of the awards.[5] The Film Academy of the Philippines awarded Lorna Tolentino the Best Actress of the year award during the 29th Luna Awards.[6]

Soundtrack[edit]

The official theme song titled Sa 'Yo Lamang, is sang by Juris together with the Ars Cantica Ensemble. The official music video was directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina.

International screenings[edit]

The film had international screenings on September 17, 2010 in select cities in the United States such as Las Vegas, NV, San Francisco, CA, Los Angeles, CA, San Diego, CA, Seattle, WA, Honolulu, HI, Bergenfield, NJ, Milpitas, CA, Chicago, IL. It will also have screenings in Ontario, Canada, Alberta, Vancouver, Canada, and Guam.

Box Office[edit]

The film grossed ₱20 million on its first week falling at number two behind Despicable Me. Within the film's 4th week, it had grossed a total of ₱48 million.[1]

Awards[edit]

Year Award-Giving Body Category Recipient Result
2011 GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards[7] Prince of Philippine Movies Coco Martin Won

References[edit]

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