‘Nay’ plays out like two films, and it’s not a good thing (InterAksyon)

I really wanted to like Nay. I thought the story and the premise was fantastic. It’s a story I would have wanted to have a shot at telling. It’s a scary premise that is filled with drama and a complicated relationship dynamic. That sort of thing is something I really enjoy working on. I was rooting for this film. I wanted it to work.

Read my review here: ‘Nay’ plays out like two films, and it’s not a good thing (InterAksyon).

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Sylvia Sanchez as an aswang in Nay

I’ve only seen two of the competition films in the Cinema One Originals but hopefully, I can bridge that gap over the weekend and when it comes to Power Plant Cinema. My biggest problem here is travel time and all the other work I still have to do. I knew I was going to like Changing Partners and I was hoping to like Nay but it seems like I missed out on the two standout ones of the festival, Paki and Si Chedeng at si Apple. I have to catch them soon.

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