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.
 
IMDB:
6.8
NOT RATED
Year:
2013
88 min
3 Views

What's happening?

A bad dream.

It was just a bad dream.

Thank God. You almost

gave me a heart attack!

Mom, Oh-ah! A heart attack?

Really'?

Can't we just say

Good Morning first?

Good Morning. Mom!

Morning

Good morning Romeo!

Good Morning Juliet!

I prepared some mangoes for you!

You!

What did you dream

about a while ago?

I lost my voice, Mom.

And then. one man approached me.

He said my voice will return

only after I've kissed him.

He almost kissed me, gross...

annoying.

What's wrong with a kiss?

Mom, can you hear

yourself talking?

What's wrong with a kiss?!

I'm blind, not deaf.

There's nothing wrong with a

kiss from the one: you love.

Who was the one who was

supposed to kiss you? Tonton?

No, mom. Why would I even

dream about that man'?

Besides, I don't care

about him anymore.

And I hops, wherever he

may be, that ha (rips.

You know what, child?

Not all men are like Tonton.

Mom, don't tell me that

you're defending that man.

He's a traitor.

Out of all the liars in this world,

he's the must untrustworthy!

Child, I'm not defending Tonton. I'm

defending all the decent men out there.

Like Dad?

Do you know the longest

journey you will take?

From the head to the heart.

That's the longest

journey you will take.

Oh-ah , Mom.

Mom, you're being ridiculous.

Fur ma I want to

go to the capital.

And then I will audition

for Extra Talented.

That's a journey I

would like to go on.

Way to get a jump on me.

Sir, Mario uhm...

Please, Sir Mario. Take

me as a tourist guide?

I really need the money.

What's (he reason this time'?

Who else died in your family?

My dad

My condolences

Condolence again!

If my memory serves me right, your

father died three times this year

Do you really hats your lather'?

Eh, Sir Mario, he's dead for me.

My dad

Wall, the truth is, Sir Mario

There's an audition.

At the capital. It's

called Extreme Talented

Singing contest on

a reality show.

So, I want to earn

money to go there.

So (hat...

I can make my...

My dreams...

For... My future

Really'?

That sounds great.

You have dreams?

Fur your future?

No.

You're not accredited by

the Department of Tourism!

So you don't have the skills

to become a tourist guide.

Sir Mario, please...

So, stop badgering me, Julie.

Why are you troubling yourself

being a tourist guide?

You know, you're not as beautiful as me.

But you're beautiful enough.

Young and Fresh.

If you want to earn

money, stick with me.

Karen, I'm not a prostitute.

You speak as if

you're a rich person.

Karen, you told me before that you

earn a lot of money with what you do.

But why are you still poor?

Excuse me, bitch.

This is not about money.

I'm happy with what I do.

That's the mission of my life.

To make all the sad foreigners

who comes here happy.

That's the true essence of tourism

and Filipino hospitality.

You really had to put

flirtation, tourism, and

Filipino hospitality

in the same category

I'm leaving!

You're trying to look

like a virgin loo much!

You're a virgin!

Virgin wanna be!

Crazy hitch!

How much will you earn

from that tourist?

Mom, that's why we're

going to talk.

So I would know his itinerary, what

he wants to do, where he wants to go.

So that I can charge

him accordingly.

Child...

I know that you want to

go to those auditions.

I just don't want you to

make a wrong decision.

What kind of wrong

decision will I make?

Money might blind you.

You know?

You might get forced to.

You know, right'?

Wail a second, Mom.

Are you saying (hat...

I might sell my body

just to earn money?

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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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