It really hits viewers in the gut, not only because the delicious food on display are mouth watering. The scenes from the food preparation, as well as the stories behind them makes the audience yearn for the days that they can travel back to Ilocos to experience the dishes for themselves. The documentary gives faces to the people behind the extraordinary food that provides comfort and joy like no other. In the same vein, it is heartbreaking to learn of their challenges during this pandemic, which is ill deserved for these people whose joy is cooking.
The film was simple but its main strength was its sincerity. It talked about something we can all relate to during this difficult time. At the end of the movie, we all want to reach out to give Lola and Eli a great big hug.
It’s a good takeaway, that despite our sense of isolation, we can reach out to others and ease our burdens as we deal with this challenge together. Despite its heavy content, Maski Papano was fun. It was simple yet it held a power borne from creativity. I loved it. Congrats directors Che Tagyamon And Glen
Just breathe. In, and out. In, and out. Repeat.
All in all, Mang Kepweng is the movie to watch if you want to turn off your brain for an entire two hours. You will laugh at many asinine jokes and feel like you’re watching the cast of Its Showtime in costume. And after a year like 2020, it may just be the break we need.
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