Basic Information: Directed: Jose Javier Reyes; Story: Jose Javier Reyes; Screenplay: Jose Javier Reyes; Cast: Vilma Santos, Christopher De Leon, Aga Muhlach, Cherrie Pie Picache, Amy Perez, Jao Mapa, Orestes Ojeda, Cita Astls, Maine Villanueva, Noni Buencamino, Susan Africa, Gina Leviste, Ogie Diaz; Executive producer: Lily Y. Monteverde; Original Music: Nonong Buencamino; Cinematography: Ely Cruz; Film Editing: George Jarlego; Production Design: Benjie De Guzman; Art Direction: Arnold, De Jesus, Sonny Maculada; Theme Songs: “Nag-iisang Bituin” Music, Lyrics and Performed by Rannie Raymundo
Plot Description: Miggy is not an ordinary boy. He grows up as a learning-disabled person. He becomes the center of his brother’s life. A psychiatrist gives her time and attention to help Miggy. Together they face the odds and joys of bringing up Miggy in his different world. – Kabayan Central (READ MORE)
Film Achievement: 1994 FAMAS Best Screenplay – Jose Javier Reyes; 1994 Nominations Gawad Urian Best Screenplay – Jose Javier Reyes; 1994 Nominations Star Awards Best Actress – Vilma Santos; 1994 Nominations FAMAS Best Director – Jose Javier Reyes; 1994 Nominations FAMAS Best Best Picture
Film Review: “…Mula 1994 hanggang 2003 ay hindi na nagkatunggali sa Best Actress award sina Nora at Vilma. Early 1994 nang huling magkasabay as contenders for the acting plum sina Nora (Inay) at Vilma (Dahil Mahal Kita). For the whole year, Nora didn’t topbill any movie. She hosted Modern Romance sa Telebisyon on GMA 7 and the monthly special Superstar Beyond Time on RPN 9, and appeared on several telesines and a successful two-night concert at the Mandarin Hotel Ballroom. Naulit ang pangyayari noong 1992 na walang pelikula si Nora (she only appeared in her second stage play, DH, na nag-world-tour in 1993) and this will be repeated 10 years later, when she did the ABS-CBN 2 drama series Bituin that aired from September 2002 to May 2003 and several concerts. Vilma notched two films: Regal’s Nag-iisang Bituin (by Joey Reyes) and Golden Lions’ Lipa Massacre (by Carlo J. Caparas), which won as Best Picture sa FAMAS…” – William Reyes (READ MORE)
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