Nang Em •77

Nang Em •77 witnesses how an 85-year-old woman tries to survive along through the quarantine. While she sometimes falls into depression and anxiety, she fights through these negatives. The film will open eyes to a full understanding of being “old” in the time of “new.” During these trying times, a lot of people's mental and physical health are tested. In this light drama/comedy, watch how Nang Em copes with the first 77 days until the general quarantine of the pandemic was announced and learns something new about herself in the end. Veteran actress Gloria Sevilla plays the lead role.

  • Maria Ranillo
    Director
    Pagbalik (The Return)
  • Maria Ranillo
    Writer
    Pagbalik (The Return)
  • Ricardo Lee
    Script Consultant
  • Maria Ranillo
    Producer
    Pagbalik (The Return)
  • Ronaldo Bertubin
    Producer
  • Gloria Sevilla
    Key Cast
    "Nang Em"
    Pagbalik (The Return), Gimingaw Ako, Badlis sa Kinabuhi
  • Manu Respall
    Key Cast
    "Tagalog"
  • Jolves Domingo
    Director of Photography
  • Project Type:
    Short
  • Genres:
    Drama, Light comedy
  • Runtime:
    15 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    June 30, 2020
  • Production Budget:
    1,300 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    Philippines
  • Country of Filming:
    Philippines
  • Language:
    Cebuano, Tagalog
  • Shooting Format:
    4K
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Maria Ranillo

Maria Suzette Sevilla Ranillo (born March 16, 1961) is a Filipino actress who started at the age of 12 as an actress with the screen name, Nadia Veloso. She is well known for her awards and successes in film, television and theater.
FILMOGRAPHY
Pagbalik (Nuances Entertainment Productions, Pro Pro and Solar Pictures) Directed by Hubert Tibi and Suzette Ranillo as Maria S. Ranillo. 2019.[4]
Siargao (Ten17P and Solar Pictures) Directed by Paul Soriano. 2017.
Tiniente Gimo (KIB Productions, RMS Productions and Viva Films). Directed by Ronald M. Sanchez. 2016.
In Progress (SR Films) . Directed by Suzette Ranillo. 2008.
CareHome (GGS Entertainment) . Directed by Suzette Ranillo. 2006.[5]
I Will Always Love You (Regal Films). Directed by Mac Alejandre. 2005.
Kristo (CineSuerte). Directed by Ben Yalung. 1996. Film Academy of the Philippines Best Picture Nominee.
Segurista (Neo Films). Directed by Jose Aguiluz. 1995. Entry to Toronto Film Festival (Canada).
Muling Umawit Ang Puso (Viva Films). Directed by Joel Lamangan. 1995. Metro Manila Film Festival Best Supporting Actress Nominee.
Trudis Liit (Merdeka Films). Directed by Jett Espiritu. 1993. Metro Manila Film Festival Best Supporting Actress Nominee.
Kumander Alibasbas (JE Productions). Directed by Augusto Buenaventura. 1981. Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) Best Picture Awardee.
Taga Sa Panahon (Premiere Productions). Directed by Augusto Buenaventura. 1980. FAMAS Best Supporting Actress Nominee.
Aliw / Pleasure (Seven Stars Production). Directed by Ishmael Bernal. 1979. Urian Best Actress Nominee.
Gimingaw Ako (Kampilan Films). Directed by Amado Cortez. 1973. FAMAS Best Supporting Actress Awardee.

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