Beautiful, interesting, incredible cinema.
After a business venture fails, an ex-priest, Lauro Pajaron is forced to move his wife and two daughters the back to their ancestral home to begin anew in the charcoal-making trade.
Yeah, you can see that a studio had its hands in there. But you also see Lav Diaz in there. He certainly tried his aesthetics, which would then become a trademark in his later films. More thoughts on my blog: http://is.gd/Q7KOUO
ma che male alle gambe, male alla figa