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Friday, August 19, 2011

The Alem Fabcast, Part 2

Okay, so if you’re not sold on watching Ang Sayaw Ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa yet, then maybe listening to part two of our interview with Alem Ang, producer of the film, will get you even more interested.

In part two, Migs and Tony are joined by the late Gibbs and the even later McVie (D was also with me, but listened mostly to the discussion; he did contribute a comment or two later on). Here we discussed if the movie can be described as a “gay movie” or not, the art of the armpits of Rocco and Paulo, Rocco’s dancing, a couple of poems in the movie, and more kilig sa kilikili moments.

Listen and enjoy!

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Music credits:
“Dancing With Tears In My Eyes” by Ultravox
“Symphony No. 6 ‘Pastorale,’ Cheerful gathering of country folk - Allegro” by Ludwig Van Beethoven; Christoph Von Dohnanyi and the Cleveland Orchestra
“The De Lesseps’ Dance” (from the soundtrack of “Shakespeare In Love”) by Stephen Warbeck
“Waltz Of The Flowers” (from “The Nutcracker Suite”) by Peter Tchaikovsky
“Many Meetings” (from “The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring” soundtrack) by Howard Shore

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And if the Fabcast still doesn’t convince you to watch, then these pictures will! (*All photos from the Sayaw Facebook page.)

1 comment:

Seriously Funny said...

I saw this during its Cinemalaya run. I though it was a very good film.