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Mark Gil in his prime

Mark Gil. PHOTO COURTESY OF CESAR HERNANDO

Photographer and production designer Cesar Hernando snapped Mark Gil in the actor’s prime (left), when they attended the Cannes International Film Festival in 1982 for Mike de Leon’s “Batch ’81.” The film was exhibited in the Directors’ Fortnight section with De Leon’s other movie, “Kisapmata.”

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When two Angels won Urian acting awards

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News Flash! Gawad Urian Best Actor Joel Torre will not be accepting acting jobs for an indefinite period of time.

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Those Flying Eigenmanns

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MARK Gil (left), Cherie Gil and Michael de Mesa with the clan’s newest member, Ruis Cael, Ryan’s son Facebook photo

Filmmaker Peque Gallaga fondly calls actor-siblings Michael de Mesa and Mark and Cherie Gil, The Flying Eigenmanns. “Like the high-wire trapeze artist-family The Flying Wallendas, the Eigenmanns perform death-defying acrobatics in acting,” Gallaga told the Inquirer. “They are fearless.”

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Happiness according to Cherie Gil

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Actress Cherie Gil visited her parents, show biz luminaries Rosemarie Gil and Eddie Mesa, who are now based in California. The star of “Sonata” told Inquirer: “My parents are great—looking and feeling healthier than ever, thanks to their discipline. They drink alkaline water.” She related that she stayed with her folks for just three days. “Then I was off to San Francisco for my sister’s birthday. But my parents later joined me there, too. Then I’ll be back in New York to be with my kids again.” She summed up the vacation, away from the hustle and bustle of the biz, thus: “It’s been nice and sweet. Always good to see my family happy and well.” Bayani San Diego Jr.

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It’s Cherie Gil’s time to dream big

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CHERIE Gil and Chino Jalandoni in “Sonata.”

“I’m 50 and [I] feel that this is the right time to do it,” says actress Cherie Gil on her decision to produce her independent movie “Sonata,” currently in cinemas.

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