When a girl and a guy gets locked up in a room for twenty-four hours, wouldn’t you think about something suspicious?. This play won in the palanca awards, dulaang isang yugto category. Attached Files. File Type: pdf 20 Questions ni Juan ( KB, Twenty Questions ni Juan Ekis A Palanca Award winning play written and directed by Juan Ekis Magbabalik na ngayong FB & Twitter: @20qnijuanekis.

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Post a Comment Thank you for making my interactive diary dreams come true! To find out more, please click this link. The audience are seated in chairs directly beside the bed where the actors get into a conversation.

We chose 20 Questions by Juan Ekis, a Palanca award-winning screenplay that I fell in like with after Chloe made me read it some time last year.

PNP aims for more peaceful streets, communities in December 31, Marc Jayson Cayabyab – Reporter. We reserve the right to exclude comments which are inconsistent with our editorial standards. Newer Post Older Post Home. Since I suck at summarizing without giving away too much, I have the 2 teaser trailers that we have to entice you and excite you guys and encourage you to watch our film on the 14th of March!

March 9, 20 Questions ni Juan Ekis. By continuing, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. No holds barred in answering the questions. In the play, Jigs is the more conservative one holding on to his Catholic faith, with dreams of losing his virginity to the one he would marry. The pursuit kuan true perfection. We use cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us. The play culminates in the two staring at each other, music playing in the background and the lights switching off, leaving the audience wanting more than the 20 questions already asked during the play.


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We were to choose a piece of literature be it a poem or a story or a novel in Tagalog or English and make a film adaptation of it. On the opposite side of the spectrum is Yumi, whose sexual adventures led her to wrong places, compelling her to make a vow of abstention so as to experience the magic of love making. Posted by Gab Mesina at 9: Maqui and the girls slept over and it was so fun and so noisy and Maqui is so nice huhu.

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The play is replete with lines that touch the sensibilities of the audience, especially the youth who has to grapple with their relationships and life choices.

Here’s a video we made while making the movie hehe. The films will be shown in school next week and I hope ours gets the green light from the department regardless of the themes in it hehe.

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The priest-like character Jigs puts it appropriately: Valles has written the same kind of experimental theater taking the audience to the seat of the action.


I’m glad projects can make us bond qustions make memories huhuuhuhuhu.

Valles said the completely different experiences of the two pave the way for a dramatic irony in the play, which he said is a key ingredient in any storytelling. For our last hurrah in Filipino we were asked to participate in the Filipino Film Festival in school.

Now the two with their newfound bond have to trust each other in keeping their secrets stay inside the room. An outpour of secrets and a meaningful conversation. Key image of the play is the bottle of wine the characters swigged in between answering the questions.

This enables the audience to take a peek ekiw or eavesdrop on the conversation happening in front of them. The one-act play staged inside a hotel room seeks to engage the audience in having a more participative role, the writer and director Valles tells the questiobs after the play.

Christian Valles play that won the Palanca award in We stayed up late learning how to dance, looking up Filipino surnames, watching the gory ekie of Saw, watching chick flicks and laughing huhu.