Island Dreams

Synopsis: An unaccredited tour guide and a heartbroken tourist form a romantic bond as they explore the wilds of Philippine Islands.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
  1 win & 1 nomination.
88 min

Child, sex is for

love, not for money.

Mom? Oh-ah...

Don't be so nasty about my work.

I'm not going to do that. I don't

want to taint my womanhood.

But of course!

Because is hard to stay pure once a

man or a woman had sex without love.

Imagine that. He's going to

touch you, hug you, kiss you.


If you go on talking about

that, I will really scream.

Child, it's okay to have sex as

long as you love the person.

You're not allowed here, Julie.

What are you going to do this time?

You're going to have

another fund raising?


you are going to use

the band for singing?

Than what?

You're going to heat up the

tourist when they pick an you'?

Mario, give me a break?

I have a guns:
with ma.


I thought you wars nice?

Hey, Julie. How was

your guest last night?

He was a pervert.

It's your fault. You're trying

too hard to be innocent.

All the men who comes

here are perverts.


That's what you get.

Oh, what a stuck-up guy.

It would be a pleasure to pinch

you and push you off a cliff!

When are you taking him?

Just over at Malabungkay

Is that Zach cute'?

No. He's fat. he's stinks.

And he's cross-eyed.

Julieta. If you're going to

lie to ma, say it to my lace.

Okay, fine, Mom...

Okay, fine, Mom...

He's handsome. nice eyes.

So what?

Oh, dear.

What is it now, Mom?

You haven't moved

on with Tonton.

You might get too fascinated with

that tourist and immediately give in.

Oh Mom...

I'm not sure if you're just naturally

cruel or have too much imagination.

Either way, I'm not going to

fall in love with that fool.

It's not like you can

fall in love that easily.

Oh come on!

You started shouting "I'm

in love!" the day after

Tonton brought you to that

dance at the festival.

Mom, it's not the same!

T amen was my hast

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Aloy Adlawan

Aloy Adlawan (also credited as Alfred Aloysius L. Adlawan), a chemical engineer by profession, is a multi-awarded Filipino filmmaker- writer, producer, director, composer. He attended filmmaking courses at the Mowelfund Film Institute in the Philippines and the New York Film Academy in New York City. His award-winning works include the screenplays “Ang Babae sa Burol” (2nd place, Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, 1994), “Ang Mga Ibon sa Dapithapon” (1st place, Film Development Foundation Scriptwriting Contest, 1995), and “Padyak” (3rd place, Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, 2008); the short film “Si Lolo Tasyo at ang Araw” (3rd place, Gawad CCP for Alternative Film and Video, 1997), among others. In 2005, he is among the finalists of the first Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival with his film Room Boy (as writer, producer, director) where Meryll Soriano won Best Actress. His horror film Ouija (writer) is 2007’s biggest horror blockbuster, is awarded PinakaPasadong Dulang Pampeplikula at the 10th Pasado Gawad Sining Sine by the Pampelikulang Samahan ng mga Dalubguro and was nominated for Best Screenplay in various award-giving bodies. His film Signos (writer, producer, director) was awarded the Best Foreign Film at the 2007 Lone Star International Film Festival in Fort Worth, Texas, was given an Award of Excellence at the 2007 Accolade Film Competition in California, received the Bronze Foreign Film Award at The International Filmmaker Festival in U.K, and won Best International Thriller at the 2008 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. He recently won a National Commission on Culture and the Arts grant to his film Padyak under his own company Breaking.The.Box Productions. more…

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