Feeling sawi? These heartbreaking indie films are screening this week
You just need to shell out P150.
(SPOT.ph) The cold and breezy Ber months may be long over by now, but sawi season is year-round. (Do we need to remind you about all those cheesy couple getaway photos on your Facebook feed?)
If you're single—or heck, just stuck in the Metro for the summer—head to Cinema '76 Film Society for some hugot-friendly local indie films. Screening from April 21 to April 27, the lineup includes movies like Sakaling Hindi Makarating and I'm Drunk, I Love You. Even audience-favorites like Apocalypse Child and Ang Sayaw ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa are making a comeback!
Tickets are pretty budget-friendly too, at just P150 each. All you need to do is bring your equally sawi friends, and maybe some snacks so you can eat all your feelings.
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