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NARRATIVE FEATURE | 110 MIN | 2010

LOLA

Two elderly matriarchs bear the consequences of a crime involving their grandsons: One is murdered, the other is the suspect. As the intense financial strains of a burial and legal case weigh on both women, they individually traipse around the prisons, funeral homes, and courtrooms of Manila amidst torrents of rain, while simultaneously struggling to maintain their families' lives in the makeshift shacks built along the city's rising waterways. Face-to-face with each other, they work together to reach a common, if compromised, resolution.

Capturing the desperate and frantically beautiful texture of the urban Manila landscape, Lola confirms the depth and range of Filipino director Brillante Mendoza's vision. Anita Linda and Rustica Carpio deliver incisive performances as the two determined leads in writer Linda Casimiro's penetrating critique of the criminal justice system, its accompanying bureaucracy, and the incomplete quest for justice and reconciliation.

Film Information
Year: 2009
Length: 110 minutes
Language: Filipino, Tagalog
Country: Philippines, France
Premiere: New York
Cast & Credits
Primary Cast: Anita Linda, Rustica Carpio, Tanya Gomez, Jhong Hilario, Ketchup Eusebio
Director: Brillante Mendoza
Screenwriter: Linda Casimiro
Producer: Didier Costet
Editor: Kats Serraon
Director of Photography: Odyssey Flores
Production Designer: Dante Mendoza
Composer: Teresa Barrozo
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About the Director(s)
Brillante Mendoza won the best director prize at Cannes in 2009 for Kinatay. Mendoza's 2008 film Serbis became the Philippines' first film selected for competition at Cannes since 1984. He studied fine arts and advertising in Manila and previously worked as a production designer.

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