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Bamboo Dogs

1h 23m
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Summary:

On what should have been just another night on the job, Police Officers Esquivel & Corazon receive a phone call that sets in motion a series of events that will soon grab headlines as the biggest police conspiracy in all of Philippine history. The order seems simple enough at first: fix an arrest mix-up by taking the Kuratong Baleleng, a notorious group of robbers, to Camp Crame where they will be let go. But mid-transport, the orders change and Esquivel and his co-policemen find themselves having to choose between carrying out orders or doing what’s right.

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Details

COUNTRY : ,
LANGUAGE : Filipino (With English subtitles.)

Crew

DIRECTOR :
PRODUCER : Achinette Villamor, Khavn
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Albert Banzon
PRODUCTION DESIGNER : Kristine Kintana, Khavn
EDITOR : Carlo Francisco Manatad
SOUND : Mikko Quizon

Art
Production Design – Khavn
Production Deisgn – Kristine Kintana

Crew
CInematography – Albert Banzon
Directing – Khavn

Editing
Color Grading, Editor – Carlo Francisco Manatad
Color Grading – Timmy Torress

Production
Producer – Achinette Villamor
Producer – Khavn

Sound
Original Music Composer – Khavn
Sound Deisgner – Mikko Quizon
Sound Recordist – Mark Locsin

Writing
Screenplay – Homer Novicio
Screenplay – Achinette Villamor
Screenplay – Norman Wilwayco
Screenplay – Khavn

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Film Review: Bamboo Dogs (2018) by Khavn
With his opinion about the police and the details of the particular case, and his recent turn towards adaptations of actual stories, as in the case of “Balangiga: Howling Wilderness“, Khavn could not stay away from such a film, although his presentation is once more unique and quite opinionated for that matter.
Rez Cortez Erupts Into Dance For Your First Look at Khavn’s New Film, ‘Bamboo Dogs’
If you’re confused but vaguely entertained by the sight of a gyrating, wig-wearing Rez Cortez, don’t worry—you aren’t alone. But it may help in your interpretation of this teaser to know that Bamboo Dogs is a crime thriller based on the Kuratong Baleleng rubout massacre of 1995, involving police and members of the Kuratong Baleleng crime syndicate in an alleged shootout that eventually turned out to be a summary execution.