Ang Huling Araw ng Linggo Review @

•March 17, 2007 • Leave a Comment

“It’s a profound film which tries to remind us that everything we do and don’t affect other people and eventually affect us back, and with this realization that we are interconnected with each other, it is important that we see the things that we do as a struggle shared with other people.”



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•March 16, 2007 • Leave a Comment

Music video na ginawa ni Emman Pascual para sa Ang Huling Araw ng Linggo. Paramita ito. Astig!

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•March 16, 2007 • 2 Comments

Ang Huling Araw ng Linggo Opens March 28 at SM Digital Theaters Nationwide!

•March 16, 2007 • Leave a Comment

Ang Huling Araw ng Linggo Opens March 28 at SM Digital Theaters Nationwide!

Cinemalaya presents a VitalStrats Creative Solutions production in cooperation with Red Door Productions

A Nick Olanka film

“Ang Huling Araw ng Linggo”.

Ang Huling Araw ng Linggo spans a week in a life of seven individuals with interconnected narratives. Domeng is involved in networking or multi-level marketing business and plans to encourage his estranged daughter Luna to join in this unscrupulous business. Luna is abandoned by her husband and son so she asks help from her mother Aling Tess. Aling Tess is a land lady who lives alone and fancies a young male boarder named Kulas. Kulas is a grocery store employee who aspires to become a store manager to impress Julie. Julie is a laundry shop attendant who is obsessed with a male costumer named Brian. Brian is a nurse in a local hospital who wants to work abroad so he persuades his girlfriend Sally to provide for his “fixer” fees. An accounting graduate who failed to pass the board exam for two consecutive years, Sally enters Domeng’s networking business in the hopes of proving her worth. When she found out that networking is a scam Sally plans to take revenge on Domeng. The film illustrates the interconnectedness of our lives, a cycle of random events in which the decisions we make are as important as the choices we didn’t take.

About the Director

Nick Joseph Olanka graduated from the U.P. Film Institute last April 2006. Active in the theater arts through the group The UP Repertory Company, he took cinematography classes in Mowelfund Film Institute under Ms. Lee Meily.”Monday of Sorrow,” (Lunes ng Hapis) his graduation film, won several international and local awards. It won 2005 Kodak Filmschool Competiton Philippines and was the Philippine entry for 2005 Kodak Filmschool Competition Asia-Pacific. It also received top prizes in the 18th CCP Independent Film and Video Competition, was shown in Slingshort Film Festival in Jakarta and is currently competing in CON-CAN Movie Festival, an online film festival based in Japan.

Production Staff

Writer/Director: Nick Joseph Olanka
Assistant Director: Emman Pascual
Production Manager: Gavin Herrera
Director of Photography: Pao Pangan
Editor: Amrei Dizon
Musical Score: Nani Naguit
Production Design: Roma Regala and Armi Cacanindin
Sound Design: Raffy Magsaysay
Post House: VitalStrats Creative Solutions