“A naturalist oddyssey, Kadin is a sober account of a child’s rites of passage.”
INDIESINE SCREENINGS:Official Selection,
27th International Film Festival (France)
Official Selection- Ici et ailleurs,
Best Cinematography, Best Musical Score,
3rd Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival
Synopsis:Starring: Rico Mark Cardona, Monica Joy Camarillas
Written and Directed by Adolfo Alix, Jr.
April 9 – 15, 2008, (Robinson’s Galleria)
Peping wakes up to find out that Gima, their goat, is missing. His family make a living out of the milk provided the goat. He hides the truth from his grandmother. His father is also arriving the next day so he needs to find Gima before its too late. Together with his younger sister, Lita, the two go on a seemingly impossible search for the goat in the landscape of the island of Sabtang, in Batanes. A series of frustrating episodes mark the day, tension and desperation growing as natural and human forces conspire to frustrate them at every turn. The odyssey teaches the boy about the true meaning of life- where kindness and cruelty can be found in close proximity.
*In Isabtangen with English subtitles
Screening format: 35mm
” Konsiyerto para sa Kapayapaan at Karapatang Pantao”
Admission is FREE!