A Lullaby To The Sorrowful Mystery

Berlinale 2016
Competition
Berlinale 2016
Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Award

A Lullaby To The Sorrowful Mystery

A Film by Lav Diaz

2016 - Philippines - Drama - 1:1.33 - 480 min.

with John Lloyd Cruz , Piolo Pascual & Hazel Orencio

Produced by Bianca Balbuena

During the Philippine Revolution of 1896 against Spain, the ballad of Jocelynang Baliwag becomes the hymn of the insurgents. While searching for the body of Andres Bonifacio, Father of the Revolution, we embark on an epic journey through history, literature and mythology.

Berlinale 2016
Competition
Berlinale 2016
Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Award

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