Bahay Kubo (film)

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Bahay Kubo
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Bahay Kubo movie poster
Directed by Joel Lamangan
Written by Suzette Doctolero
R.J. Nuevas
Music by Von de Guzman
Cinematography Charlie Peralta
Distributed by MAQ Productions
Regal Films
Release date(s) December 25, 2008
Running time 130 mins.
Country Flag of the Philippines Philippines
Language Tagalog
IMDb profile

Bahay Kubo is one of Regal Films' entry to the 33rd Metro Manila Film Festival. It stars the Diamond Star of the Philippines, Maricel Soriano under the direction by Joel Lamangan. This dramedy presents a heart-warming story about love, family and sacrifice.



Eden (Maricel Soriano)is a loving and responsible mother. She and her husband, Perry, (Eric Quizon) choose to take care of seven children: one of them is their biological daughter, Rose (Shaina Magdayao) and the other six are adopted. The couple do their best to care and provide for their family. Perry gets lucky in business so much so that the couple decide to move to Manila. Unfortunately, their happy and peaceful life starts to crumble when Perry's business begins to fail. His feelings of frustration lead him to leave his family. Along with Perry's absence are the complications that start to surface, prompting several tearful separations, disagreements between siblings, conflicts between the adopted and real children and other family matters which were portrayed in both dramatic and hilarious scenes.



  • - badidosh from IMDb


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