Grandpa Is Dead
|Grandpa is Dead|
Philippine theatrical release poster
|Original title||Ded na si Lolo|
|Directed by||Soxy Topacio|
|Produced by||Tony Y. Reyes|
Antonio P. Tuviera
|Written by||Soxy Topacio|
|Music by||Noel Cabangon|
|Edited by||Danny Anonuevo|
|Distributed by||APT Entertainment|
Bobet (BJ Forbes) and his family are mourning over the death of his grandfather. Throughout the six-day wake unresolved issues and family secrets resurfaces challenging the resolve of Bobet's family.
- BJ Forbes as Bobet
- Manilyn Reynes as Charing
- Gina Alajar as Mameng
- Elizabeth Oropesa as Dolores
- Dick Israel as Isidro
- Roderick Paulate as Joonee
- Perla Bautista
- Noel Cabangon
- Perry Escano
- Nor Domingo
- Froilan Sales
- Dave Cervantes
- Abno Bayagbag
- John Joel Spongklong
The plot of the film was added with humor by director Soxie Topacio by exploring on numerous Filipino superstitious beliefs regarding the dead which involves several prohibitions such as against wearing red, sweeping the floor, taking a bath, and allowing your tears to fall on the coffin.
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