Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Chikkaness Review - HUSTISYA - Nora Aunor Defined A Gray Character With Justice


Lamangan's Hustisya has the energy of a picture that well depicted the realities of poverty and corruption in the society. The film is centered on how a woman chooses to be become a victim or victimizer on the world she's in. The emotions evoked by the movie are honestly earned because of its strong cast led by Ms Nora Aunor and with dedicated support from Rocco Nacino, Rossana Roces, and Chynna Ortaleza. 

As a foul-mouthed woman Biring, working for a human trafficking agency, Aunor exudes the sympathetic and confused persona of a woman who has already been consumed by the corruption of the society she’s in. She still earned my sympathy even though hers is a gray character – fearful, determined, baffled, and loving. A rightful Best Actress winner, this will be Nora’s one of the unforgettable and spellbinding performance to date.

The film deserves to be commended on musical scoring for Emerzon Texon, production design for Edgar Martin Littaua, supporting actress for Chynna Ortaleza, direction for Joel Lamangan, and actress for Ms Nora Aunor. 

The effective chemistry of Joel Lamangan and Ms Nora Aunor makes the film.

For more of this film, check out this link. Let's support all of the Cinemalaya entries this year.

1 comment:

  1. looking forward to see this film. great acting again i believe from ate guy!

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