Apat Dapat, Dapat Apat

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Apat Dapat, Dapat Apat: Friends 4 Lyf and Death
Directed by Wenn V. Deramas
Starring Rufa Mae Quinto
Candy Pangilinan
Eugene Domingo
Pokwang
Edited by Marya Ignacio
Distributed by Viva Films
Release date
2007
Country Philippines
Language Tagalog
Box office P 55,201,861

Apat Dapat, Dapat Apat: Friends 4 Lyf and Death is a Philippine comedy film, focusing on friendship between four friends.

Plot[edit]

Four women named Res (Candy Pangilinan), Gay (Pokwang), Dolly (Eugene Domingo) and Brite (Ruffa Mae Quinto) who swore to be friends forever, become domestic helpers when they go over to another country. However, Res is beaten to death by her employers (Vice Ganda and Rychard Everly), making the other three worry because her husband gave her one condition if she comes with her friends: that she comes home safe, sound and alive. Brite, Gay and Dolly decide to bring their dead friend Res home.

Main cast[edit]

  • Rufa Mae Quinto as Maria Liwanag 'Brite' Diliman - A Sexy Embalmer who owns a Funeral Parlour. Worked in Hong Kong as A Caregiver to Sickly British Widow with a Handsome Son named Michael. Brite is the one who Embalmed and Cosmetize Res' Corpse to make more Lifelike.
  • Eugene Domingo as Maria Dalisay 'Dolly' Dalton - A Music Teacher and Loving Partner to her Womanizer Fianceé. Worked in Hong Kong as a Babysitter to a German Family who is Infected with German Measles.
  • Candy Pangilinan as Maria Resurrection 'Res' Macabuhay † - A Caring Housewife to her Family who is Lazy and Knowned Mafia in Community. Has a Two Intelligent Daughters. Worked in Hong Kong as All-Around Housemaid, But always Maltreated and Strangled to Death by her Chinese and Australian Employers, because of Eating their Pet Goldfish due to Hunger which is Cause of Her Death.
  • Pokwang as Maria Ligaya 'Gay' Kalungkutan - A Dancing Traffic Enforcer who has a Son and Adopted Daughter, also a Wife of Gossip Husband. Works in Hong Kong as a Laundrywoman in an Muslim Family who has Loads of Clothes.

Supporting Cast[edit]

  • John Lapus as Sugar
  • DJ Durano as Totoy Bato Bato Pick
  • Dick Israel as Kapt. Kadyo Macapagal
  • Marissa Delgado as KGD Maxima
  • Christian Vasquez as Braulio
  • Ashley Gruenberg as Joy ( Sister of Brite )
  • Chester Nolledo as Johnny Boy
  • Andrew Schimmer as Greggy Boy
  • Benjamin Alves as Junior
  • Kiray Celis as Lily
  • Emil Sandoval as Lito
  • Rycharde Everley as Res Employer / Marcus Antonius / Hitler / Peron / Spanish soldier / Man of the future
  • Kian Kazemi as Ambet
  • Vice Ganda as Res' Employer the Chinese Wife
  • Madam Auring as Patient
  • Kaye Villaseuor as Mistress of Christian Vasquez
  • Nicole Dulalia as Young Maria Resurrection 'Res' Macabuhay
  • Queenie Linson as Young Maria Liwanag 'Brite' Diliman
  • Ryzza Dauz as Young Maria Ligaya 'Gay' Katakutan
  • Jennel Marie Mariano as Young Maria Dalisay 'Dolly' Dalton
  • Tony Hunt as German Employer
  • Christa Reyes as Candy's daughter
  • Nicole Blasco as Jenny
  • Michael Young as Rufa's employer
  • Marina as Rufa's employer
  • Alvin Gabito as Principal
  • Tim Haten as Indian Employer
  • Mariam Narissam as Indian Employer
  • Lailan Gabrhin as Indian Employer
  • Roderick Lindayag as Immigration Officer (as Dick Lindayag)
  • Kathy de la Cruz as Passenger
  • Arianna Everley as German Child
  • Angelo as Angelo

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