Thy Womb Teaser Trailer + Exclusive Behind the Scenes and Interview

Thy Womb Teaser Trailer + Exclusive Behind the Scenes and Interview

Jun 24

What Mindanao clearly needs now is to clear all misconceptions that it’s a place plagued by war, crime and death. Mindanao is beautiful and Brillante Mendoza’s filmSa Iyong Sinapupunan” or internationally entitled “Thy Womb“, as shown in the trailer, will feature the majestic islands and shores of Tawi-Tawi and hopefully with its quality story, the film would also help in promoting that it’s not only fun, but it’s also MORE Beautiful and peaceful here in Mindanao.

Thy Womb Nora Aunor

SA ‘YONG SINAPUPUNAN (Thy Womb) is about a Bajau midwife coping with the irony of her own infertility amid the deprivations of her gypsy community in Tawi-Tawi. A saga of island life stuck between the devil of passion and the deep blue sea of tradition.

Top-billed by the ever subtle and the one and only Superstar, Nora Aunor I couldn’t help but let out a yelp of too much excitement for this upcoming film. The film which recently got snubbed by Metro Manila Film Festival will surely slap the screening committee of MMFF as the film will grace international film festivals and double slap when the film brings home awards.

Thy Womb movie teaser trailer has been released with exclusive behind the scenes videos featuring Nora Aunor, Director Brilliante Mendoza and Bembol Roco. Sa ‘Yong Sinapupunan (Thy Womb) is produced by Centerstage Production, Inc. in cooperation with the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCL) and directed by Brillante Mendoza. Penned by the scriptwriter of the critically acclaimed “Busong”, the film also stars Lovi Poe and Mercedes Cabral.

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