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“Okay you’re fertile and I’m barren…pero sa mga pangyayari…para kang karinderyang bukas sa lahat ng gustong kumain!” – Fina

The Plot: On the outside, it looks like a marriage made in heaven. But inside the thick walls of what they call home, theirs is a relationship waiting to crumble. They have been wanting a child for so long, but the wife does not have the capacity to bear a child. And when her husband cannot take it any longer, he decides to end his misery once and for all. – IMDB

The story is about an infertile couple who never had a child of their own. The husband, frustrated by his wife’s infertility, hired somebody who was willing to carry his child. The hired woman got pregnant but she fell in love with the child’s father. The husband falsely adopted the child, hiding the fact from his wife that the child was his own. All the attention the husband gave to the child drove his wife to jealousy. To complicate things, the husband eventually had a secret affair with the child’s mother, and this affair produced another baby. The mistress left the newborn baby at the footsteps of the husband’s house. The wife then took care of the baby, and the children grew without their adoptive mother knowing that the two kids were fruits of her husband’s secret love affair. – Wikipilipinas

The Reviews: “…Eddie Garcia first directed Vilma in the Marcos film, Pinagbuklod Ng Langit. She reprised the role of eldest of the Marcos children, Imee and again co-starred with movie queen, Gloria Romero and dramatic actor, Luis Gonzales. Garcia directed Vilma again in 1982′s box Office Record Breaker, Sinasamba Kita. Three more hit films follows that gave us memorable movie lines like “Para Kang Karinderyang bukas sa lahat ng gustong kumain” in Palimos Ng Pag-ibig and “Si Val, si Val, si Val na walang malay!…” – (READ MORE)

“…Hit novels serialized in Aliwan Komiks were also adapted into movies:“Blusang Itim” by Elena M. Patron and Joey Celerio;“Pardina” by Jim Fernandez and Sonny Trinidad;“The Family Tree” by Pablo S. Gomez and Louie Celerio;“Palimos ng Pag-ibig” by Nerissa G. Cabral and Ernie H. Santiago;“Anak ni Zuma” by Jim Fernandez and Ben Maniclang;“Kamay ni Hilda” by Pablo S. Gomez and Louie Celerio…” – Wikipilipinas (READ MORE)

“…Palimos ng Pag-ibig (Filipino: “Begging for Love”) was a movie in 1985 and turned into a TV series in 2007 for the first installment of Sineserye Presents. This was from the original story by Nerissa Cabral. This movie was home of the famous tagline: “Para kang karenderiang bukas sa lahat ng gustong kumain!” (You’re like a restaurant that’s open to anyone who wants to eat!), In context of prostitution reference…” – Wikipedia (READ MORE)

“…Ang surrogacy or womb for hire, eh isang katotohanan na na­pagtanto nating lahat. Tinalakay ito in all its melodrama splendor sa Palimos ng Pag-Ibig, ang pelikula nina Vilma Santos, Edu Manzano at Dina Bonnevie. Sa movie, si Fina Alcaraz (Ate Vi) ay may infertile uterus. Desi­rous ang kanyang husband na si Rodel (Doods) to have a biological child so he hired Ditas (Miss D) na isang baby maker for a fee. Walang pros and cons ang surrogacy issue sa movie lalo na’t galing ang material sa komiks. Ang pinaka­memorable sa movie eh ang linya ni Vilma na, “Para kang ka­rinderyang bukas sa lahat ng gustong kumain.” Sosyalera si Ate Vi sa movie pero she can say lines like these…” – Alwin Ignacio, Abante Tonite, 22 March 2015 (READ MORE)

IMDB: Palimos ng pag-ibig (1986)
IMDB: Eddie Garcia
IMDB: Dina Bonnevie
IMDB: Edu Manzano
Eddie Garcia From Wikipedia
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