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‘Barber’s Tale:’ A tribute to strong women

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JUN ROBLES Lana (right) directs the cast, led by Eugene Domingo (second from left) and Iza Calzado (third from right), in a remote town in Quezon province. facebook photo

Filmmaker Jun Robles Lana recalls having soldiers, priests and insurgents in his clan.

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Award-worthy portrayals animate ‘Barber’s Tales’

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DOMINGO (WITH BUENCAMINO, FOREGROUND). Smart enough to know that  ululations of grief don’t necessarily result in textured characterization.

IN “Mga Kuwentong Barbero” (Barber’s Tales), Eugene Domingo’s boundless dramatic gifts continue to unravel as she delivers a master class in thespic restraint and subtlety in her prized portrayal of subservient housewife, Marilou Aguallo, who takes over the barbershop left by her verbally abusive husband, Jose (Daniel Fernando), when he suddenly dies in his sleep.

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La vida Eugenia in Madrid

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EUGENE Domingo at the 3rd Madrid International Film Festival, where her latest indie movie, “Barber’s Tales,” was shown.

I immensely enjoy chatting with amiga mia, Eugene Domingo, through Viber. Her joie de vivre is infectious. Uge has just returned from Spain.

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‘Barber’s’ in Spain, Australia

Director Jun Robles Lana, actress Eugene Domingo and producers Ferdinand Lapuz and Perci Intalan will attend the screening of their movie, “Barber’s Tales,” tomorrow at the Madrid International Film Festival, where it is vying for four awards. On Sept. 3, “Barber’s Tales” will open the OzAsia Festival in Adelaide, Australia. The indie film opens in local theaters on Aug. 13. Bayani San Diego Jr.

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‘Barber’s’ wins in Udine

Filipino writer and director Jun Robles Lana. AP FILE PHOTO

Jun Robles Lana’s “Barber’s Tales” won Third Place-Audience Award on Sunday at the Udine Far East Film Festival in Italy. Actress Eugene Domingo recalled: “It was sold out. The theater was big! The audience clapped [through] the entire CBB (closing credits, roughly five minutes). I was in tears.” Bayani San Diego Jr.

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