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

(fiend, fight'!?

I don't even know this guy and he's

only staying here for a few days.

That's what I'm worried about.

You know, our hearts

are traitors...

Even if you shut the door,

It will still open and let

someone in without notice.

Mom, I'm doing this

to earn money...

...for my dream. I'm not

doing this for my heart.


Is that the truth?

Yes, Mom.

Did you hear something?


I hear lot of voices in my head.

They've been chatting to me...


I mean somebody

is really here...

Well, well, well!

Lava birds?

On your honeymoon in the woods?

Who are you'?

What are you doing hare'?

This is private territory!

Ah, sir? well? we're just passing

through here. We're on our way home.

You can't leave until

you pay your dues!

What is that?

Please, sir. We're

just passing through.

We're on our way home

Can't you understand?

You can't leave without paying!

What did you do, Julieta?

Why did you deceive him?

Mom, I don't want him to believe

in the story of True Love's Peak.

Because it's not real.

Is that how hard your

heart has become?

Mom. that's not really true.

I know what is true or not true.

I know (ha truth.

Don't judge your father. He carved

that path for me because he loved me!

And then what?

He left us because you

became a liability for him

Yes, he left us.

But I know that he loved me

when he made that path for me.

That might be (rue.

He might have loved you.

But do you think

it was (rue love?


Two people need to

fight for true love.

I could've fought for your father but I

didn't because I want him to be free.


Wu an all looking for true lava.

Don't deny it just

because you got hurt.

People who don't

believe in true love.

Won't ever be happy.

You're so arrogant!

I'm the one trying

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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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