The first Matigsalug film that was critically acclaimed by the most prestigious award-giving body of the country, Baboy Halas is the fruit of teamwork, especially with special participation of the tribe members themselves.
It aims to preserve and portray “gruesome or awesome” tales and urban legends in the country.
It explores the intersection between love and hatred; faith and religion; cultural preservation and modernization; and, past and present.
He was silent, but his mind was not.
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