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‘The ExorSis’

/ 12:15 AM December 22, 2021

Scenes from “The ExorSis”

(We are running this guide to help you plan your holiday moviegoing activity during the pandemic. The 47th Metro Manila Film Festival, or MMFF, runs from Dec. 25 to Jan. 7, 2022.)

Directed by Fifth Solomon; starring Toni Gonzaga, Alex Gonzaga, Melai Cantiveros, Kate Galang, Isay Alvarez and Dennis Padilla; produced by TinCan and distributed by Viva Entertainment.


Two sisters, Gina (Toni) and Dani (Alex), are coping with the death of their parents the best way they know how. Elder sister Gina chooses to focus her attention on saving their parents’ grocery store from bankruptcy, while Dani dedicates her time creating content for her vlog.


Meanwhile, Gina couldn’t help but feel resentment toward Dani, whom she blames for their parents’ car accident. However, her faith and love for her sister get tested when Dani figures in a life-threatening situation.

“Let’s all chill and simply have fun,” said director Solomon. “We were all forced to stay at home and weren’t able to watch movies for a long time. I hope you will all feel happy after seeing this.”

The film, which was originally titled “The Exorcism of My Sizzums,” was first selected as entry to the 2020 MMFF, but it failed to beat the production deadline because of the pandemic.

—Marinel Cruz

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