Inang Yaya

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Inang Yaya

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Inang Yaya movie poster
Directed by Pablo Biglang-awaand Veronica Velasco
Produced by Tony Gloria
Written by Veronica Velasco
Starring Maricel Soriano
Tala Santos
Erika Oreta
Music by Nonong Buencamino
Cinematography Gary Gardoce
Editing by Randy Gabriel
Distributed by Unitel Pictures
Release date(s) 2006
Country Flag of the PhilippinesPhilippines
Language Tagalog
Filipino



Inang Yaya is an Independent film which features the love of a mother and a nanny. This movie by Unitel Pictures stars Maricel Soriano and child actresses Tala Santos and Erika Oreta.

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Synopsis

Norma (Maricel Soriano) straddles between being a mother to Ruby (Tala Santos) and being a nanny to her employer's daughter, Louise (Erika Oreta). Norma left her daughter in the province to be a nanny to another person's daughter. An emergency forces Norma to bring Ruby with her to Manila and her employer is kind enough to accept Ruby in the household. However, Louise (Erika Oreta), the daughter of Norma's employer, competes with Ruby for Norma's affection. Now, Norma has to balance her love and attention for the two special people in her life: her daughter and her ward.

Cast

Awards

Gawad Urian (2007)

  • Best Actress - Maricel Soriano (Nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Liza Lorena (Nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actress - Tala Santos (Nominated)

Golden Screen Awards (2007)

  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role (Drama) - Maricel Soriano

Young Critics Circle (2007)

  • Best Achievement in Cinematography and Visual Design - Gary Gardoce (director of photographer); Norman Regalado (production designer)
  • Best Achievement in Film Editing - Randy Gabriel
  • Best Achievement in Sound and Aural Orchestration - Mark Locsin (sound engineer); Angie Reyes (sound engineer; Nonong Buencamino (musical director)
  • Best Film - Pablo Biglang-awa; Veronica Velasco
  • Best Performance by Male or Female, Adult or Child, Individual or Ensemble in Leading or Supporting Role - Maricel Soriano
  • Best Screenplay - Veronica Velasco

FAMAS Award (2007)

  • Best Child Actress - Tala Santos

Bronze Cairo (2008)

  • Long Feature Film - Pablo Biglang-awa; Veronica Velasco

Reviews

- RC from Multiply


- Catholic Initiative for Enlightened Movie Appreciation

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