Mano Po III: My Love

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Mano Po III: My Love
Directed byJoel Lamangan
Produced byRoselle Monteverde-Teo
Written byRoy C. Iglesias
StarringVilma Santos
Distributed byMAQ Productions
Release date
  • 25 December 2004 (2004-12-25)
Running time
111 minutes

Mano Po III: My Love (simplified Chinese: 我的爱; traditional Chinese: 我的愛; pinyin: Wǒ de ài) is the third installment of the Mano Po anthology, following the success of Mano Po and Mano Po 2: My Home. Produced by Regal Entertainment through MAQ Productions, Mano Po III stars Vilma Santos in the leading role.


Anti-crime crusader Lilia Chiong Yang seems to have everything a woman could want and need: a husband who pampers her; children whom any parent would be proud of; and the respect & admiration of the most powerful people in the land. But just as Lilia prepares for her 25th wedding anniversary celebration, a chance encounter in Thailand with her first love Michael throws Lilia's life into chaos. So begins the resumption of a relationship that threatens to unravel the delicate threads connecting Lilia to the other people in her life.


Extended Cast[edit]

  • Jim Pebanco as Nememcio
  • Mark Leviste as Paul's Executive Assistant
  • Tim Yap as Chinese opera director


The song's theme song is "Pagbigyan ang Puso" performed by Karylle and Jerome John Hughes. The song was composed by former Neocolours frontman Ito Rapadas. Its music video was shown upon the closing credits of the movie.


Year Award-Giving Body Category Recipient Result
2004 Metro Manila Film Festival [1] Best Picture Mano Po III: My Love Won
Best Actor Christopher de Leon Won
Best Actress Vilma Santos Won
Best Production Design Rodell Cruz Won
Best Original Theme Song Pagbigyan ang Puso Ko Won
Best Float Mano Po III: My Love Won

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Metro Manila Film Festival:2004". IMDB. Retrieved 2014-04-09.

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