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Burlesk Queen Ngayon: A Review

Burlesk Queen Ngayon is a 1999 Filipino drama film directed by Jose N. Carreon and starring Ina Raymundo, Leandro Baldemor, and Renzo Cruz. It is a remake of the 1977 film Burlesk Queen, which starred Vilma Santos and won several awards at the Metro Manila Film Festival. The film follows the life of Angela, a stripper who works in a nightclub to support her family. She believes that her work has made her indifferent to love, until she meets a man who makes her question her belief.

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The film is a bold and daring portrayal of the lives of burlesque dancers in the Philippines, who face exploitation, violence, and stigma from society. The film does not shy away from showing the harsh realities of their profession, such as the abuse they suffer from their customers, managers, and even their own families. The film also explores the themes of sexuality, identity, and morality, as Angela struggles to find her place in the world and to reconcile her feelings for the man she loves.

Ina Raymundo delivers a powerful performance as Angela, who is both vulnerable and defiant. She shows her range as an actress, from being sensual and seductive on stage, to being emotional and conflicted off stage. Leandro Baldemor and Renzo Cruz also give convincing performances as Angela's love interest and brother, respectively. The film also features supporting roles from Pyke Montevero, Alvin Anson, Teresa Loyzaga, Aira Luna, Pia Paula, Camille Roxas, Jean Saburit, and Alma Soriano.

The film is well-directed by Jose N. Carreon, who captures the atmosphere and mood of the nightclub scenes with effective lighting and camera work. He also uses music and sound effects to enhance the drama and tension of the film. The film's cinematography is done by Romeo Vitug, who is known for his work in several Filipino films and television shows.

Burlesk Queen Ngayon is a film that challenges the viewers to look beyond the surface of the burlesque dancers and to empathize with their struggles and dreams. It is a film that celebrates the human spirit and the power of love. It is a film that deserves to be watched and appreciated by Filipino audiences.

For more information about the film, you can visit its IMDb page, MUBI page, or Trakt page.


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