Star Cinema Video, Drama: Parental Guidance is Recommended.
Kung Ako Na Lang Sana is a story of a barkada in their college days as we witness their lives from their early 20's to their 40's. Among the barkada, the movie focuses on two individuals EMMY (Sharon Cuneta), a manang type who is domineering and focused on her career, and VINCE (Aga Muhlach), the cool chickboy who is laid-back and has a stoic attitude towards life until much later in his adult years. Emmy and Vince started out as casual friends until parallel events in their lives drew them closer to later become the best of friends. Even if they weren't physically close and not constantly communicating, they still manage to affect and influence each other's lives. This is when they find themselves falling in love with each other. With the fear of losing their friendship, they chose not to let each other know of how they really feelÃ¢â‚¬Â¦until much later on. Familiarity breeds both contempt for these two friends, but love gets the better of both of them.
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A Little history: The Filipinos or the Filipino people are the native
inhabitants and citizens of the Republic of the Philippines located in Southeast
Asia. The term Filipino
(feminine: Filipina) may also refer to people of Philippine
Throughout the colonial era, the
term "Filipino" originally referred to Spaniards born in the Philippines, also
known as insulares, criollos or español filipino. This
distinguished them from Spaniards born in Europe who were known as
peninsulares. By the late 19th century, the term Filipino began to
widely refer to the indigenous population of the Philippines. According to
historian Ambeth Ocampo, José Rizal was the first to do this.
Today, Filipino is also used to
signify the nationality and citizenship of one who is from the Philippines. This
means that not only indigenous Filipinos are included but also other foreign
ethnic groups such as the Chinese.
Colloquially, Filipinos may refer to
themselves as Pinoy (feminine: Pinay), which is formed by taking
the last four letters of Pilipino and adding the diminutive suffix
-y. The word was coined by expatriate Filipino Americans during the 1920s
and was later adopted by Filipinos in the Philippines.
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 06 April, 2005.